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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-38 

FACULTY RECITAL 

Saturday Eicning, Noicuibcy 6, 1957, at 8:30 o'clock 

MISS VERA BRODSKY AND MR. HAROLD TRIGGS, 

Duo-Pianisfs 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Sicilienne 

(Transcribed by Guy Maier) 
Chorale: Adortify us by Thy grace ( Johann Sebastian Bach 

(Transcribed by Christopher Le Fleming) 
Choral Prelude: In Thee is joy 

(Transcribed by Vivian Langrish) 

Sonata Johann Christian Bach 

Allegro 

Tempo di mcnuetto 

II 

Variations on a theme of Haydn Johannes Brahms 

III 

Rondo, Opus 73 Frederic Chopin 

Valse Harold Triggs 

Fetes Claude Debussy 

(Transcribed by Maurice Ravel) 

Fuller and Warren (Cowboy tune) Brodsky and Triggs 

Carmen Fantasy Abram Chasins 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 

Fourteentli Season — 1937-3 8 

FACULTY RECITAL 

Tuesday Evening, November 16, 1937, at 8:30 o'clock 
Dr. ALEXANDER McCURDY, Organist 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Toccata on "O filii et filiae" Lynnwood Farnam 

Prelude and Fugue in A minor \ 

Allegro from Trio Sonata, No. 1 I 

Four Chorale Preludes: f 

Erbarm* dich mein, O Herre Gott^ Johann Sebastian Bach 

Christ lag in Todesbanden I 

Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ! 

In dir ist Freude / 

II 

Scherzo from Symphony No. 2, Opus 20 Louis Vierne 

Chorale Improvisation: Sigfrid Karg-Elert 

Schmiicke dich, o liebe Seele 

"Lever de soleil" from "Les heures Bourguignonnes" . . Georges Jacob 

Two Chorale Preludes: Johaxnes Brahms 

Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen 
O Welt, ich muss dich lassen 

Sketch in D flat Robert Schumann 

III 

Two Versets: Marcel Dupre 

He remembering His great mercy 
Glory be to the Father 

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Fourteenth Season — -1937-3 8 



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FACULTY RECITAL 

Monday Eicnhv^, February 7, 19H, at 8:^0 o'clock 

MADAME ELISABETH SCHUMANN, Soprano 
MR. HARRY KAUFMAN «t tko Piano 



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PROGRAMME 

I 

Wohin \ 

Du bist die Ruhf Franz Schubert 

Die Vogel ( 

Lied im Griinen/ 

II 

Der NussbaumI Robert Schumann 

Auftrage | 

Es traumte mir ( Johannes Brahms 

Vergebliches Standchenf 

III 

In dem Schatten meiner LockenJ 

Bedeckt mich mit Blumen ( u , w;^ ^ ^ 

- , ^ ,, , , . > Hugo wolf 

Mausiallenspruchlein I 

Elfenlied / 

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Gliickes genug 

All mein Gedankenl „ 

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Morgen 

Muttertandelei 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

FACULTY RECITAL 

BY 

MR. ANTON TORELLO, Coniratass 

Joseph Levine at the Piano 

Wednesday Evening, March 9, 1958, at 8:30 o'clock 

PROGRAMME 

I 

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Allegro j 

g^^^^ I Henri EccLEst 

Courante j 

II 

Concerto Domexico DRAGONETXif 

Allegro moderato 
Andante 
Rondo 
(tHarmonized by E. Meriz. First performance) 

III 

"Per questa Bella mano": Aria for 

baritone and contrabass Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Lester Englander, Bar/tone 

IV 

Danza satanica Isaia Bille 

It is a night of frolic at the witches' abode and Satan cannot miss it. At 
nightfall he dresses in his best, takes his big lute, and out he goes. Arrived 
before the iron gates of Hell, he calls and knocks many times. Midnight strikes, 
the heavy door turns on its hinges and the Prince of Darkness goes howling down 
the deep abyss among the damned. Impish little devils, posted at the most 
accessible places among the gigantic rocks, keep watch in order to prevent any 
living soul from entering Hell — but when Satan appears, they bow before him and 
let him pass. As he finds himself in the midst of the whirling assembly, all 
stop -nd throw themselves submissively on the ground. Satan, accompanying 
himself on the big lute, starts to perform a grotesque dance, while a few damned 
souls, fearing his fury, implore him and sing the Miserere. Satan imposes silence, 
threatens the wretched souls who, terrorized, come moaning to his feet. He 
brutally chases them away and then resumes his wild dance, until suddenly, 
with a crash, he disappears. 

Sarabande ^ Arcangelo Corelli 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

FACULTY RECITAL 

Thursday Evening, April 7, 195 8, at 8:30 o'clock 
DR. JOSEF HOFMANN 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Sonata, Opus 53 (Waldstein) Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 
Adagio molto 
Allegretto moderato 

Kreisleriana (Six movements) Robert Schumann 

Vivacissimo 

Andantino con molto sentimento 

Vivo molto 

Adagio 

Allegro molto 

Allegro scherzando 



II 

Polonaise in E flat minor 

Nocturne in B major, Opus 9, No. 3 ( Frederic Chopin 

Grande valse brillante in E flat major] 
Ballade in F minor 



III 

Orientale, Opus 10, No. 2 Sigismond Stojowski 

Moment musical in F sharp minor, Opus 94, No. 3 Schubert-Godowsky 

Etude in C sharp minor. Opus 2 Alexander Scriabin 

Kaleidoskop, Opus 40, No. 4 Josef Hofmann 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-38 

FACULTY RECITAL 

Friday Evening, May U, 1938, at 8:30 o'clock 



I, V ioliinist 

'•"Vladimir Sokoloi f at the Piano 



PROGRAMME 

I 

Sonata No. 10 in B flat major Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro modcrato 

Andantino sostenuto e cantabiii^ 

Rondo 

Variations on a theme of Mozart Rosario Scalero 

11 

Poeme Ernest Chausson 

Tzigane Maurice Ravel 

III 

La clochette I Paganini-Kreisler 

Non piu mestaf 

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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

of 

JEANETTE WEINSTEIN, Pian«i 

Student of Mr. Saperton 
Monday Eieuiug, January 3, 1938, at 8:30 o'clock 

PROGRAMME 



I 

Toccata and Fugue in D minor Bach-Tausig 

Songs without words: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 

Venetian boat-song No. 1 

Spinning song 

Funeral march 

Sonata in F minor, Opus 5 7 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro assai 
Andante con moto 
Allegro, ma non troppo 

II 

Preludes: Opus 28, No. 3, in G major 
Opus 28, No. 6, in B minor 
Opus 2 8, No. 23, in F major 
Opus 2 8, No. 16, in B flat minor 
Opus 2 8, No. 2, in A minor y Frederic Chopin 

Etudes: Opus 25, No. 6, in G sharp minor[ 

Opus 10, No. 9, in F minor 

Opus 10, No. 7, in C major 

Opus 2 5, No. 3, in F major 

Opus 10, No. 2, in A minor 

III 

Ondine Maurice Ravel 

Polonaise No. 2, in E major Liszt-Busoni 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

OF 

WALTER BAKER, Organist 
Student of Dr. McCurdy 

Monday Eicnitig, February 14, 193 S, at 8:}0 o'clock 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Chorale in A minor Cesar Franck 



II 

Three Chorale Preludes: 

Herr Christ, der ein'ge Gottes Sohn 

Herzlich tut mich verlangen Wohann Sebastian Bach 

Nun freut euch, lieben Christeng'meinl 
Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor 



III 

Chorale Prelude: 

O, wie seUg seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen Johannes Brahms 

'Tileuse" from "Suite Bretonne"} 

Chorale Prelude: [ Marcel Dupre 

In dulce jubilo ) 

Toccata on "Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend' " Sigfrid Karg-Elert 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

FIRST STUDENTS' CONCERT 

Friday Evening, February 2 5, 19)8, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MR. SALZEDO 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Sonata in C minor Giovanni Battista Pescetti 

Allegro vigoroso 1704-1766 

Andantino espressivo 

Presto 

Gavotte from "Armide" Christoph Willibald von Gluck 

1714-1787 

Theme and Variations Josef Haydn 

Reba Robinson 1732-1809 

II 

The girl with the flaxen hair Claude Debussy 

Chanson de Guillot-Martin Harmonized by A. Perilhou 

(Transcribed by Marie Miller) 

Waltz in A flat Johannes Brahms 

1833-1897 

Two French folk-songs Arranged by Marcel Grandjany 

Et ron ron ron, petit patapon 
Le bon petit roi d'Yvetot 

Pearl Chertok 

III 

Quietude } 

Iridescence > (1917) 

Introspection \ 

Three shot stories in music (1934)) Carlos Salzedo 

Pirouetting music box 

Goldfish 

Behind the barracks 

June Nanson 

IV 

Scintillation (1936) Carlos Salzedo 

Lynne Wainwright 

V 

Introduction and Allegro (1906) Maurice Ravel 

R.ebecca Lewis 

Orchestra reduction for piano played by Mr. Salzedo 

Lyon & Healy Harps 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-38 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

OF 

CLARIBEL GEGENHEIMER, Organist 
Student of Dr. McCurdy 

Saturday Evening, March 12, 1938, at 8:30 o'clock 
PROGRAMME 



I 

Prelude and Fugue in D major 

Adagio from Sonata No. 1 

Two Chorale Preludes: \ Johann Sebastian Bach 

Von Himmel kam der Engel Schaar^ 

In dulci jubilo 



II 

Pastorale Roger-Ducasse 



III 

Prelude in D minor Louis Clerambault 

Chorale Improvisation: 

O Gott, du f rommer Gott Sigfrid Karg-Elert 

Finale from Symphony No. 1 Louis Vierne 



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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-38 

RECITAL 

BY 

RAE^EL DRUIAN, Violinisf 
Student of Madame Luboshutz 

'•'Eugene Helmer at the Piano 
¥rhlay Evening, March 18, 193 8, at 8:50 o'clock 



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PROGRAMME 

I 

Sonata in G minor (Devil's trill) Tartini-Kreisler 

Larghetto 
Allegro energico 
Grave — Allegro assai 

II 

Chaconne Johann Sebastian Bach 

III 

Sonata in A minor Robert Schumann 

Mit leidenschaftlichem Ausdruck 

Allegretto 

Lebhaft 

IV 

Concerto in D minor Jean Sibelius 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio di molto 
Allegro ma non tanto 

^Graduate student of Mr. Kaufman in Accompanying 

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Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 



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Student of Martha Halbwachs Massena"' 
Monday Evening, March 21, 193 8, at 8:30 o'clock 

PROGRAMME 
I 

Two Preludes and Fugues from the 

Well-tempered Clavichord, Book 1 ; 

No. 6 in D minor { Johann Sebastian Bach 

No. 3 in C sharp major 

Sonata No. 1 1 in A major Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

II 

Waltz humoresque Sigismond Stojowski 

Berceuse Josef Hofmann 

Mouvements perpetuels Francis Poulenc 

Balance — Modere — Alerte 

Prelude No. I2) 5^^,^^^ Rachmaninoff 

Melody j 

Iroika I Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

Humoresque in G\ 

Hunting song Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 

III 
Nocturne in B major, Opus 32, No. 1 
Two Mazurkas: 

A minor, Opus 7, No. 2 ) Frederic Chopin 

B major, Opus 17, No. 1 
Waltz in F minor. Opus 70, No. 2 
Memories of childhood Octavio Pinto 

Run, run! 

Ring around the rosy! 

March, little soldier! 

Sleeping time 

Hobby-horse 

IV 

Noches en los jardines de Espanaf 

En el generalife , 

Danza lejana } MaNUEL DE FaLLA 

En los jardines de la Sierra de Cordoba 
Danza ritual de fuego 

(tOrchestra reduction for second piano played by Frederick Vogelgesang** 

and David Stephens***) 

*Graduate pupil of Dr. Hofmann 

** Student of Mr. Zimbalist 

***Student of Mr. Schwar 

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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

RECITAL 

by 
EUDICE SHAPIRO, Violinist 
Graduate Pupil of Mr. Zimbalist 
'•"Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

Friday Eicuini^, March 2), /9JS, at ^:}0 o'clock 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Romance in F major) Ludwig van Beethoven 

Romance in G majorj 

Sonata in A major, Opus 42, No. 2 Max Reger 

(for violin alone) 
Allegro con grazia 
Andantino 
Prestissimo (Scherzando) 



II 

Sonata in A minor Sol Kaplan '•'■" 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegro appassionate 

(The composer at the piano) 



III 

Concerto in E minor Jules Conus 

Allegro molto — Adagio — Allegro 



IV 

Three Spanish dances Pablo de Sarasate 

Malaguefia 

Playera 

Zapateado 

"Graduate pupil of Mr. Kaufman in Accompanying 
**Student of Mme. Vengerova in Piano and Mr. Scalero in Composition 

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CASIMIR HALL 

Fourteenth Season — 1937-38 



SECOND STUDENTS* CONCERT 

Tuesday Evening, April 5, 1938, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MISS LIEBLING 
Mr. Sylvan Levin at the Piano 



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I 

Silver swan Orlando Gibbons 

1583-1625 

There's not a swain Henry Purcell 

1658-1695 

II mio bel f oco Benedetto Marcello 

1686-1739 
Elsie MacFarlane 

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Variations on a theme of Mozart A. Adam 

June Winters 
(Flute obbligato played by Burnett Atkinson*) 

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Ich bin eine Harf e Erich J. Wolff 

II pleure dans mon coeur Claude Debussy 

Air vif Francis Poulenc 

Gabrielle Hunt 



IV 

"Et incarnatus est" from "Mass in C minor" 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 



Jane Shoaf 



V 

Wir wandeltenl Johannes Brahms 

Botschaft j 

Exuse Henri DUPARC 

Le manoir de Rosemonde) 

Barbara Thorne 

VI 

C'est I'extase langoureuse j 

Green { Claude Debussy 

Chevaux de Bois \ 

Air de Lia from "L'enfant prodigue"/ 

Selma Amansky 



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PROGRAMME 



VII 



's Bandel (Trio written as an interpolation for 
the one act opera "The impresario") 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Misses Shoaf, Winters and Hunt 



VIII 

Aria: "In quali eccessi, O Numi" from 

"Don Giovanni" Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Jane Shoaf 

IX 
Aria: "Depuis le jour" from "Louise" Gustave Charpentier 

Barbara Thorne 



X 

Der Wegweiser) Franz Schubert 

Liebesbotschaftj 

Lebe wohl) Hugo Wolf 

Er ist's j 

Elsie MacFarlane 



XI 

Aria: "Surta e la notte" from. "Ernani" Giuseppe Verdi 

Selma Amansky 



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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

THIRD STUDENTS* CONCERT 

Thursday Eieiiing, April 28, 193 8, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MR. TABUTEAU 

in Wooawina jbiiseinDle 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Two movements from Serenade No. II in 

E flat major Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro maestoso 
Allegro 

Martin Fleisher ) otocs Manuel Zegler ) g^ssoom 

Perry Bauman ) Albert London j 

Bernard Portnov ) clarinets Mason Jones ) p^^„^f, fj^^„^ 

James King j Elwood Cauler ) 

II 

Caprice sur des airs Danois et Russes, Opus 79 . Camille Saint-Saens 

Jorge Bolet, Piano Martin Fleisher, Oboe 

Albert Tipton, Flute Bernard Portnoy, Clarinet 

III 

Petite symphonic Charles Francois Gounod 

Adagio et Allegretto 
Andante cantabile 
Scherzo 
Finale 



Burnett Atkinson, flute 



William McCormick ) clarinets 
James King ) 



Martin Fleisher ) q^^^, Albert London ) Bassoons 

John de Lancie ) Manuel Zegler ) 

Mason Jones ) f^^„^,, ^„^„j 
Elwood Cauler ) 

IV 
Suite Persane Andre Caplet 

Scharki 
Nihavvend 
Iskia samaisi 

Albert Tipton \ flutes Bepnard PoRtnoy ) (~/^^,-„^^j 

Burnett Atkinson J James King J 

Martin Fleisher ) q^^^^ Albert London ) Bassoons 

John de Lancie ) Manuel Zegler ) 

Mason Jones ) p^^„^^ ^„,„j 
El'ocood Caller ) 

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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-58 



FOURTH STUDENTS' CONCERT 

Thursday Evening, May 5, 19} 8, at 8:}0 o'clock 
STUDENTS OF MR. de GOGORZA 



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PROGRAMME 



"Deeper and deeper still" ) 

"Waft her, angels, through > from "Jephtha" Georg Friedrich Handel 
the skies" j 

Fritz Krueger 

'•■Ralph Berkowitz at the piano 



II 

Awake, my powers and all within me Johann Sebastian Bach 

"Hark! hark! the lark" from 

Shakespeare's "Cymbeline" Franz Schubert 

Prometheus Hugo Wolf 

Lester Englander 



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Adelaide Ludwig van Beethoven 

"Vainement, ma bien-aimee" from 

"Le roi d'Ys" Edouard Lalo 

William Horne 



Ralph Berkowitz at the piano 



IV 

Gretchen am Spinnrade Franz Schubert 

"O cieli azzurri" from "Aida" Giuseppe Verdi 

At the well Richard Hageman 

Florence Kirk 



Ralph Berkowitz at the piano 



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Qual f arf alletta amante Domenico Scarlatti 

"Mi par d'udir ancora" from 

"The pearl fishers" Georges Bizet 

Nebbie Ottorino Respighi 

Mario Berini 

Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



VI 

In the morning, when Klacs are j 

so fragrant /■ Sergei Rachmaninoff 

I can't believe she's dead ) 

Snowflakes, you're so many, you 

come from God Alexander Gretchaninov 

Again alone Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

Hopak (Peasant dance) Modeste Moussorgsky 

Vera Resnikoff 

Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



VII 

Hor ich das Liedchen klingen ) 

Am leuchtenden Sommermorgen> Robert Schumann 

Ich hab im Traum geweinet ) 

"Walthers PreisUed" from "Die Meistersinger" Richard Wagner 

Fritz Krueger 



Ralph Berkowitz at the piano 



VIII 

Little Polly Flinders (with apologies to Mozart) J. Michael Diack 

Vocalise-etude en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

La belle jeunesse Francis Poulenc 

Lester Englander 

Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



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CASIMIR HALL 

Fourteenth Season — 1937-38 

FIFTH STUDENTS' CONCERT 

Friday Evening, May 6, 19)8, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MR. ZIMBALIST 
'•'Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

PROGRAMME 

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Last two movements of Concerto No. 3 in 

G minor, Opus 99 Jeno Hubay 

Adagio 

Finale: Allegro con fuoco 

Julius Schulman 

II 

Concerto in F sharp minor, Opus 23, in 

one movement Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst 

Elza Reed 

III 

Concerto in A minor, Opus 82 Alexander Glazounov 

Moderato 
Andante 
Allegro 

Noah Bielski 

IV 

Concerto in D minor. Opus 47 Jean Sibelius 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio di molto 
Allegro ma non tanto 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

"'Graduate pupil of Mr. Kaufman 
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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

SIXTH STUDENTS* CONCERT 

Monday Evening, May 16, 193 8, at 8:}0 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF DR. BAILLY 
IN VIOLA AND CHAMBER MUSIC 

PROGRAMME 



I 

String Quartet No. 1, Opus 10 Claude Debussy 

Anime et tres decide 
Assez vif et bien rythme 
Andantino, doucement expressif 
Tres modere 



Isidore Gralnick I -,.. ,. George Brown, Viola 

C Violins 
V ) 



George Zazofsky ) William Klenz, Violoncello 



II 

String Quartet in F major, Opus 18, No. 1 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 

Adagio affettuoso ed appassionato 

Scherzo — Allegro niolto 

Allegro 
Rafael Druian } .. George Brown, Viola 

Herbert Baumel ( Paul Bergstrom, Violoncello 

III 

Poeme elcgiaque for viola and piano. Opus 48 Joseph Jongen 

Leonard Frantz 
'•'Genia Robinor at the piano 

IV 
Piano Quartet in G minor, Opus 2 5 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 

Allegro, ma non troppo 

Andante con moto 

Rondo alia Zingarese — Presto 
Thelma Cohen, Piano Leonard Frantz, Viola 

Rafael Druian, Violin Paul Bergstrom, Violoncello 

■"'Graduate pupil of Dr. Bailly in Chamber Music 

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Fourteenth Season — 1937-38 



TWO-PIANO RECITAL 

by 

ELEANOR BLUM and VLADIMIR SOKOLOFF 
Assisted by 
Selma Amansky, Sopratw 
Elsie MacFarlane, Contralto 
Fritz Krueger, Tenor 
Robert Gay, Bass 

Sunday Evening, May 8, 1938, at 8:50 o'clock 

Date chane:ed to Tuesday Evening, May 24 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Chorale Prelude: "Es ist ein' Ros entsprungen"j 

Transcribed by Catherine Kramer 

Variations on a theme of Haydn, Opus 56b 

Eleanor Blum'-' and Vladimir Sokoloff''"'-" 



Johannes Brahms 



Johannes Brahms 



II 

Liebeslieder Walzer (for four voices and piano, 
four hands) 

Rede, Madchen, allzu liebes 
Am Gesteine rauscht die Flut 
Wie des Abends schone Rote 

(Soprano and Contralto duet) 
Die griine Hopfenranke 
Ein kleiner, hiibscher Vogel 
Wohl schon bewandt war es 

(Soprano solo) 
Wenn so lind dein Auge mir 
Am Donaustrande 
O wie sanft die Quelle 
Nachtigall, sie singt so schon 
Nicht wandle, mein Licht 

(Tenor solo) 
Es bebet das Gestrliuchc 
Nein, es ist nicht auszukommen 

III 

Rondo, Opus 73 Frederic Chopin 

Requiebros Caspar Cassado 

Transcribed by Ralph Berkowitz 
Romance and Tarentclle from Suite No. 2, Opus 17 

Sergei Rachmaninoff 
Eleanor Blum and Vladimir Sokoloff 

'■Student of Mr. Saperton in Piano and of Miss Brodsky and 
Mr. Triggs in Two-Piano Literature 

* -Graduate pupil of Mr. Kaufman in Accompanying. Student of Miss Brodsky and 
Mr. Triggs in Two-Piano Literature 

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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

seventh students^ concert 

Wednesday Evening, May 25, 193 8, at 8:}0 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF DR. LERT IN OPERA 
'•"Joseph Samuel Levine at the Piano 



PROGRAMME 
I 

Act I from A'ida 

BY 

Giuseppe Verdi 

The King Lawrence Gray 

Amneris Katherine Donahue 

Aida Florence Kirk 

R.adames Fritz Krueger 

Ramfis /Neville Landor 

Messenger William Home 

II 

Scenes from Cavalleria Kusticana 

BY 
PlETRO MaSCAGNI 

Santuzza Lela Mae Flynn 

Lola Aida Marusi 

Turiddu Mario Berini 

III 

Act IV from La Bohejne 

BY 

GiAcoMO Puccini 

Rodolfo William Home 

Schaunard Robert Gay 

Mimi Virginia Mac Waiters 

Marcello Edward Rhein 

Colline Leonard Treash 

Musetta Hilda Morse 

IV 

Act II from Hiinscl and Gretcl 

BY 

Engelbert Humperdinck 
(Sung in English) 

Peter Robert Grooters 

Gertrude Wilburta Horn 

Hansel Nora Dinkov 

Gretel June Winters 

The Witch Jane Shoaf 

'■'Graduate pupil of Dr. Hofmann 

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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-58 

RECITAL 

by 

JORGE BOLET, Pianist 

Graduafe Sfuaenf of Mr. Saperfon 

Tuesday Evening, October 19, 1937, at 8:50 o'clock 
PROGRAMME 



I 

Organ Fantasia and Fugue in G minor Bach-Liszt 

II 

Rondo from the Sonata in D major, Opus 5 3 Franz Schubert 

Fantasie in F minor, Opus 49 

Etudes: E flat major, Opus 10, No. 11 

C sharp minor. Opus 10, No. 4) Frederic Chopin 

C sharp minor, Opus 2 5, No. 7] 

A minor, Opus 2 5, No. 11 

III 

Sonata in B minor Franz Liszt 



IV 

Suggestion diabolique Sierge Prokofiev 

Preludes: E flat major. Opus 23, No. 6 I ^ „ 

^ L ■ r\ n XT n r Sergei Rachmaninoff 

G sharp mmor. Opus 32, JNo. 12 j 

Waltzes from "Die Fledermaus" Strauss-Godowsky 



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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 193 7-3 8 

RECITAL 

by 

JEANNE BEHREND, Pianist 

Tuesday Evening, 'November 9, 1937, at 8:30 o'clock 

PROGRAMME 

1 

Sonata, Opus 7, in E flat major LuDW ig van Beethoven 

Allegro molto e con brio 

Largo, con gran espressione 

Allegro 

Allegretto grazioso (Rondo) 

Rondo a capriccio, Opus 129 Ludwig van Beethoven 

"The rage over a lost penny" 

II 

Prelude, Chorale and Fugue Cesar Franck 

III 

Six Etudes: 

Opus posth., in F minor 
Opus 10, No. 8, in F major 

Opus 2 5, No. 1, in A flat major ^ Frederic Chopin 

Opus 10, No. 3, in E major 

Opus 2 5, No. 6, in G sharp minor 

Opus 10, No. 1 in C major Chopin -Godowsky 

Voiles ) 

La puerta del vino > Claude Debussy 

Feux d'artifice ) 

Intermezzo i Josep Hofmann 

Kaleidoscope f j^ honour of Dr. Hofmann's Golden Jubilee 
November, 1887 — November, 1937 

Miss Behrend uses the Baldwin Piano 

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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

RECITAL 

by 
VIRGINIA MAJEWSKI, Violist 
Graduate Student of Dr. Bailly 

'•'Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 
Wednesday Eicuing, Noicnibcr 10, 1957, at 8:30 o'clock 



PROGRAMME 



I 

Sonata in F minor Jean Baptiste Senaille 

(1687-1730) 
Largo 
Corrente 

I''' Air, andante affettuoso 
2'"e Air, affettuoso 
Allegro 



II 

Sonata in E flat major, Opus 12 0, No. 2 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro amabile 

Appassionate, ma non troppo allegro 

Andante con mote. Allegro 



III 

Suite Ernest Bloch 

, Lento. Allegro (In the jungle) 

Allegro ironico (Grimaces) 
Lento (Night in Java) 
Molto vivo (In the sun country) 



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CASIMIR HALL 

Fourteenth Season — -1937-3 8 

PIANO and VIOLA RECITAL 
by 

Miss GENIA ROBINOR, Pianisf 
Dr. LOUIS BAILLY, Violisi 

Friday, November 19, 1937, at .S';'0 dc'ock 



PROGRAMME 
I 



Sonata in E minor 



Ciaconna 
Sonata 



Adagio 

Allegro 

Grave 

Allegro grazioso 

Vivace 

II 

III 



JoHAN Ernst Gailiard'' 
(1687-1749) 



ToMMAso Antonio \'itali 



Rebecca Clarke'-' 

"Poete prends ton luth, le vin de la jeunesse 
Fermente cette nuit dans les veines de Dieu" 

(Alfred de Musset) 
Impetuoso 
Vivace 
Adagio — Finale, Allegro 

IV 
Sonata No. 1 in C minor 

Allegro moderato 
Poco lento e cantabile 
Finale 

V 

Concertstuck 

(in one movement) 

VI 

Ballade, Opus 8 

(in one movement) 

VII 

Sonata, Opus 11, No. 4 

Fantasie — Thema mit variatonen 
Finale (mit variatonen) 

(in one movement) 

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Leo Weiner 



Paul Hindemith 



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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 19J7-J8 

RECITAL 

BY 

ARTUR RUBINSTEIN. Pianist 

Ouesf Artist 
Tiii'sclii) Eiciihi;^, I'chniary 22, Z^^^', at H:^0 (/clock 

PROGRAMME 



I 

Toccata in C major 

Prelude — Adagio — Fuga 
Prelude, Chorale and Fugue 



Bach-Busoni 
Cesar Franck 



II 



Mouvcments perpecuels 



Balance — Modere — Alcrte 



Prelude in A minor from the "Suite" 

Ondine 

Minstrels 

"Forlane" from "Le tombeau dc Couperin" 



Francis Poulenc 



Claude Debussy 



Maurice Ravel 



Sonata in three movements from "Petrouchka" Igor Stravinsky 

(Dedicated to and especially written for Mr. Rubinstein) 

(Played without pause) 

INTERMISSION 
III 



Barcarolle 
Two mazurkas 
Nocturne 
Polonaise 



Frederic Chopin 



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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-3 8 

RECITAL 

BY 

OSCAR SHUMSKY, Violinist 

Graduate Student of Mr. Zimbalist 

'•Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 
Tuesday Ei cuing, March 1, 19} 8, at 8:50 o'clock 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Sonata in A major Antonio Vivaldi 

Sonata, Opus 27, No. 1 Eugene Ysaye 

(for violin alone) 
Grave 
Fugato 

Allegretto poco scherzoso 
Finale con brio 

II 

Concerto Gregoriano Ottorino Respighi 

III 

California (Humoresque; on a tune by Paladilhe) Arthur Loesser 

La fontaine d'Arethuse Karol Szymanowski 

Hora staccato Dinicu-Heifetz 

Ruralia Hungarica, Opus 32c Ernst von Dohnanyi 

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CASIMIR HALL 
Fourteenth Season — 1937-38 

RECITAL 

by 

CURTIS STRING QUARTET 

Jascha Brodsky) y-^^-'^^^ Max Aronoff, Viola 

Charles Jaffe j Orlando Cole, Violoncello 

Monday Evening, March 14, 193 8, at 8:}0 o'clock 



PROGRAMME 

I 

Quartet in B flat major ("Hunting" Quartet) 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro vivace assai 
Menuetto 
Adagio 
Allegro assai 



II 

Quartet in B minor Samuel Barber 

Allegro appassionato 

Adagio 

Andante mosso — Allegro molto 



III 

Quartet in D minor (Death and the maiden) Franz Schubert 

Opus posthumous 
Allegro 

Andante con moto 
Scherzo 
Presto 

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STATE TiiACKSRS COLLSGE 
Millersville, Pennsylvania 

Monday Afternoon, September 20, 1957 at 1 o'clock 

Sol Kaplan, Piano 
Leonard Rose, Violoncello 
Frederick Vogelgesang, Violin 

of 

THE CURTIS IKSTITUTh: OF I4USIC 
PROGRAftiME 



Trio in G major (K564) 
Allegro 
Allegretto 



Mozart 



II 

Ave Maria 

Serenade espagnole 
Allegro appassionato 

Leonard Rose 



Schubert-Wilhelmj 
Glazounov 
Saint-SaSns 



III 



Fugue in A major Tartini-Kreisler 

Rondo capriccioso. Opus 28 Saint-SaSns 
Frederick Vogelgesang 



IV 



Valse in E minor 

The little white donkey 

Mai ague fla 

Sol Kaplan 



Chopin 

Ibert 

Lecuona 



Trio in C minor. Opus 1, No. 5 
Menuetto 
Finale, Prestissimo 



Beethoven 



Lititz, Pennsylvania 

Saturday Evening, October 2, 1957 at 8 o'clock 

Joseph Levine, Piano 
Frederick Vogelgesang, Violin 
William Horne, Tenor 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PR0GRA!,3ffi 



Fugue in A major 

Arioso 

Sicilienne et Rigaudon 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

II 

Mon posBO disperar 
"Lasciatemi morire" 
from "L'Arianna" 
Danksagung an den Bach) 
Die Post ) 

William Horne 

III 

The cuckoo 

The lark 

Flight of the biomble-bee 

Monkey reaching for the moon 

The little white donkey 

Joseph Levine 



IV 



Tartini-Kreisler 
Bach 
Kreisler 



S. de Luca 

Monteverdi 
Schubert 



Daquin 
Glinka-Balakirev 
Rimsky-Korsakov 

Rah sin 

Ibert 



Romance in G major. Opus 40 

Alt-Wien 

Rondo capriccioso. Opus 28 

Frederick Vogelgesang 



Beethoven 
Godovvsky-Keifetz 
Saint-SaSns 



LINDEN KALL 
Lititz, Pennsylvania 
(Continued) 



I love life 

My lovely Celia 

"0 Colorabina" 

from "Pagliacci" 
"La donna & mobile" 

from "Rigoletto" 

rtilliam Horne 



Mana-Zucca 
Monro 

Leoncavallo 

Verdi 



VI 



Forgotten waltz ) 

Hungarian rhapsody. No, 12) 
Joseph Levine 



Liszt 



THE DUPOi^T COUNTRY CLU3 
Penna Grove, New Jersey- 
Sunday Evening, Ococber IC, 1957 at 8 o'clock 

Sol Kaplan, Piano 

Samuel Mayes, Violoncello 

Frederick Vogelgesang, Violin 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAIviLffi 



Trio in G major (K564) 
Allegro 



Mozart 



II 

Le cygne Saint-Saens 

Sonata in E major Francouer-Trowell 

Largo 

Vivo 

Samuel Mayes 

III 

Variation on a theme by Corel li Tartini-Kreisler 
Alt-'iVien Go do .V sky-He if etz 

Introduction et Rondo capriccioso. 

Opus 28 Saint-Saens 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

IV 



Prelude in D flat major. Opus 28, 

No. 15 (Raindrop) 
Cat and the mouse 
Beautiful blue Danube 
Sol Kaplan 



Chopin 
Copeland 
S traus s-S chul z-E vler 



Trio in D minor. Opus 49 
Scherzo 
Finale 



Mendelssohn 



STATE TSAaiSRS COLLEGE 
Kutztown, Pennsylvania 

Wednesday Morning, October I5, 1957 at 10:^0 o'clock 

June .Vinters, Soprano 
Burnett Atkinson, Flute 
Sol Kaplan, Piano 
Eugene Bossart, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF I^IUSIC 
PROGRAMME 



Sevilla 
Clair de lune 
Malaguena 



Sol Kaplan 



Albeniz 
Debussy 
Lecuona 



II 



Russian nightingale Alabiev 

Swiss echo song. Opus 21 Eckert 

(Cadenza by Miss Estelle Liebling) 
The gipsy and the bird Benedict 

June (Vinters and 

Burnett Atkinson 



III 

Rigaudon, Opus 40, No, 5 
"Melodie" from 

"Impressions of negro life" 
Allegretto, Opus II6 

Burnett Atkinson 



Grieg 

Bove 
Godard 



IV 

Prelude in D flat major. Opus 28, 

No. 15 (Raindrop) Chopin 

Beautiful blue Danube Strauss-Schulz-Svler 

Sol Kaplan 



STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 
Kutztown, Pennsylvania 
(Continued) 



Where the bee sucks Arne 

"The last rose of summer" 

from "Martha" von Flotow 

Dovm in the glen) #arren 

My lady Lo-fu ) 

A heart that's free Robyn 

June Winters 



HARCUM JUI^iIOR COLLEGE 
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 

Sunday Afternoon, October 17, 1957 at 5 o'clock 

Sol Kaplan, Piano 
Leonard Rose, Violoncello 
Frederick Vogelgesang, Violin 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAMhffl 



First and third movements from 

Trio in G major (K496) Mozart 

Allegro 
Allegretto 

II 

Le cygne Saint-SaSns 

Serenade espagnole Glazounov 

Allegro appassionato Saint-SaSns 
Leonard Rose 



III 

Sicilienne et Rigaudon 
Alt-»ien 

Introduction et Rondo capriccioso 
Frederick Vogelgesang 



Kreisler 
Godowsky-Heifetz 
Saint-SaSns 



IV 



Sevilla 

Prelude in D flat major. Opus 28, 

No. 15 (Raindrop) ) 
Valse in S minor ) 
Sol Kaplan 



Albeniz 
Chopin 



Third and fourth movements from 
Trio in D minor. Opus 49 
Scherzo 
Finale 



Mendelssohn 



THE GRIER SCKOCL 
Birmingham, Pennsylvania 

Saturday Evening, October 25, 1957 at 8 o'clock 

William Home, Tenor 
Rafael Druian, Violin 
Jorge Bolet, Piano 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAMIdlE 



Ave Maria 
Scherzo-Tarantella 

Rafael Druian 



S chuber t- :» i Ihe Im j 
A'ieniawski 



II 



Non posso disperar 
"Lasciatemi morirei" 

from "L'Arianna" 
Danksagung an den Bach) 
Die Post ) 

William Home 



S, de Luca 

Monteverdi 
Schubert 



III 

Fantasie in F minor. Opus 49 ) 

Etude in E flat major, Opu9 10, ) 

No. 11 ) 

Etude in A minor. Opus 25, No. 11) 

Jorge Bolet 



Chopin 



IV 



Danse espagnole 

Third movement from Concerto No. 2 

in D minor. Opus 22 (Romance) 
Perpetuum mobile 

Rafael Druian 



de Falla-Kreisler 



rfieniawski 
Novacek 



THE GRIER SCIiOCL 

Birininghani, Pennsylvania 

(Continued) 



I love life Mana-2ucca 

My lovely Celia Monro 

"O Colombina" from "Pagliacci" Leoncavallo 

"La donna e mobile" from "Rigoletto" Verdi 

i7illiam Home 



VI 



Prelude in G sharp minor. 

Opus 52, No. 12 
Prelude in E flat major. 

Opus 25, No. 6 ) 
Fledermaus waltzes ) 

Jorge Bolet 



Rachmaninoff 



Strauss-Go do y/sky 



THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 

OF PHILADELPHIA 
THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

(FIDELITY-PHILADELPHIA TRUST COMPANY, TRUSTEE) 

THE FIFTY-NINTH ADDRESS 

OF 

THE BARNWELL COURSE 
"A COLLEGE PROFESSOR BECOMES GOVERNOR" 



BY 



Hon. WILBUR L. CROSS, Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D. 

GOVERNOR OF CONNECTICUT 
MUSICAL PROGRAM BY 

STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 




THE BALL ROOM 
PENN ATHLETIC CLUB 

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1937 

AT EIGHT-TWENTY O'CLOCK 



THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

The Mary Gaston Barnwell Foundation, a unique institution in the 
annals of public education in America, owes its existence to the late James 
G. Barnwell, a graduate of the 16th Class, Central High School, who 
became Librarian of the University of Pennsylvania (1884-1886) and 
the Library Company of Philadelphia (1887-1907). Retiring at the 
age of 74, he lived until February 23, 1919, ten days after his 86th 
birthday. In his Will he wrote: 

"Whatever reputation and success I have attained, however 
moderate, being the result, under Providence of two causes. First, the 
training of a good mother who always inculcated and practiced the highest 
principles of honor and especially of moral courage regardless of immediate 
or apparent results, and Secondly, to the education which I received in the 
Public Schools of Philadelphia and especially in the Central High School. 
I wish to honor the memory of that mother by practically encouraging 
and rewarding the practice of the same high principles by the Students and 
Graduates of the School." 

Mr. Barnwell left his entire residuary estate, amounting to upwards 
of $320,000 for the benefit of the students and the graduates of the 
Central High School of Philadelphia. This Trust is named the Mary 
Gaston Barnwell Foundation, in honor of the Testator's mother, and is 
administered by the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company as Trustee. 
Under the Plan of Administration, a Committee of three members, con- 
sisting of the President of the Central High School, the President of 
the Associated Alumni, and the President of the Fidelity-Philadelphia 
Trust Company, is an ex-officio Advisory Committee. 

The Foundation became operative in 1922 and has initiated 
various activities to carry out the intentions of the Testator. In addition 
to establishing a Lectureship in Ethics and making grants for the purchase 
of appropriate books for the Central High School Library, it established 
the Barnwell Honor Roll of meritorious students and co-operated with the 
Associated Alumni in the erection of two concrete grandstands on Houston 
Field, the School's athletic grounds. 

The Barnwell Course of Addresses by notable leaders in education, 
letters, art, music, athletics, and allied fields of interest was begun in 
March, 1922. A complete list of the Barnwell speakers and their subjects 
forms part of this program. At the present time there are usually four 
Barnwell Addresses during the school year. 



PROGRAM 

PRESIDING OFFICER 

DR. JOHN L. HANEY (100th Class) 

PRESIDENT OF THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 
ADDRESS 

"A COLLEGE PROFESSOR BECOMES GOVERNOR" 
Hon. WILBUR L. CROSS. Ph.D., Litt.D.. LL.D. 

GOVERNOR OF CONNECTICUT 

MUSICAL PROGRAM 

STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 

Lela Mae Flynn, Soprano JULIUS SCHULMAN, Violinist 

Ellwood Hawkins, Baritone Eugene Bossart, Accompanist 

I 

Dank sei Dir, Herr Handel 

Soit bourguignon Weckerlin 

Trouble MacGimsey 

Song of the Open Road Malotte 

Ellwood Hawkins 

II 

Ave Maria Schubert -Wilhelmj 

Zigeunerv.^eisen, Opus 20 Satasate 

Julius Schulman 

III 

Porgi, Amor Mozart 

Nebbie Respighi 

Midsummer Worth 

"Voi lo Sapete" from "Cavalleria Rusticana" Mascagni 

Lela Mae Flynn 



THE BARNWELL ADDRESSES 

The earliest Barnwell Addresses were: (1) "A Real Education" by 
Dr. Lewis H. Perry; (2) "The Bible and Liberal Education" by Dr. Josiah H. 
Penniman; (3) "The True American" by Hon. George Wharton Pepper; 
(4) "The Meaning of Education" by Dr. Alfred E. Stearns; (5) "Why Go 
to School at AH" by Dr. Andrew F. West; (6) "Horizons" Dr. Boyd Ed- 
wards; (7) "The Lost Sense of Values" by Hon. James M. Beck; (8) "Can 
Western Civilization Be Salvaged?" by Mr. Glenn Frank; (9) "Memories of 
the Middle Border" by Mr. Hamlin Garland; (10) "Thirty Years Among the 
Labrador Fishermen" by Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell; (11) "The Education of 
Abraham Lincoln" by Dr. Cheesman A. Herrick; (12) "The American Rhodes 
Scholar at Oxford" by Dr. Frank Aydelotte; (13) "The Outlook for 
Democracy" by Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman; (14) "The Value of Early Train- 
ing in Initiative" by Rear Admiral William S. Sims; (15) "A Boy's Life in 
an English Public School" by Mr. J. Lewis Paton; (16) "Unsolved Problems 
of Our Foreign Relations" by Hon. Simeon D. Fess; (17) "Government and 
the Individual" by Hon. George H. Moses; (18) "The Human Side of 
Chemistry" by Dr. Edward E. Slosson; (19) "The Higher Meaning of 
Education" by Dr. Michael I. Pupin; (20) "Creative Education in the School" 
by Di. Henry F. Osborn; (21) "Sons and Daughters of the City" by Dr. John 
H. Finley; (22) "The Significance of the City College Movement" by Dr. 
George F. Zook; (23) "Making Men" by Mr. Amos Alonzo Stagg; (24) 
"What Can Music Do For You?" by Dr. Leopold Stokowski; (25) "The 
Value of the Commonplace" by Right Rev. Dr. James E. Freeman; (26) "The 
Significance of Shakespeare" by Prof. Felix E. Schelling; (27) "Books and 
Experience" by Dr. J. Duncan Spaeth; (28) "A Century of War and Peace" 
by Dr. E. P. Cheyney; (29) "Lasting Values in Athletics" by Mr. Fielding H. 
Yost; (30) "Art and Contemporary Society" by Mr. Ralph Adams Cram; 

(31) "New Responsibilities of Citizenship" by Dr. William John Cooper; 

(32) "The Magic Realm of the Arts" by Dr. Henry Turner Bailey; (33) 
"Beauty in American Life" by Dr. Lorado Taft; (34) "Fear and Exploration" 
by Dr. William Beebe; (35) "Toward an Understanding World" by Rev. Will- 
iam T. Locke; (36) "Monastery, Bargain Counter, or Laboratory in Educa- 
tion" by Dr. John Dewey; (37) "A Scientific Adventure" by Dr. George E. 
Vincent; (38) "American Ideals in a Changing Age" by Mr. James Grafton 
Rogers; (39) "Our Present Discontents" by Rev. Dr. Charles A. Richmond; 
(40) "The Return of the Liberals" by Dr. Arthur H. Quinn; (41) "What is 
American Citizenship?" by Hon. Harry S. McDevitt; (42) "The Trend of 
Thought in Natural Philosophy" by Dr. Wm. F. G. Swann; (43) "Which 
Way Culture?" by Dr. John Erskine; (44) "The Higher Provincialism" by Dr. 
Cornelius Weygandt; (45) "The Gift of Intelligence" by Dr. Frank P. Graves; 
(46) "Your Northern Neighbour" by Sir Robert A. Falconer; (47) "Education 
in the Democratic State" by Dr. Harry W. Chase; (48) "Meteor Crater in 
Arizona" by Dr. Clyde Fisher: (49) "The Old Bluecoat School" by Dr. W. 
Hamilton Fyfe; (50) "Useful Volts" by Dr. Karl T. Compton; (51) "Iceland's 
Contribution to Culture" by Hon. Asgeir Asgeirsson. 

The more recent Barnwell Addresses have been as follows: 

52. "THE STAGE AND THE SCREEN" 

Mr. William C. DeMille, Playwright 

53. "RECENT EXPLORATIONS IN ALASKA" 

Dr. Ales HRDLICKA, U. S. National Museum 

54. "THE ART OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO" 

Dr. Albert C. Barnes, The Barnes Foundation 

55. "WHAT PRICE PEACE IN EUROPE?" 

M. Andre GERAUD, Journalist ("Pertinax") 

56. "ART IS FOR EVERYONE" 

Mr. Rockwell Kent, Artist and Author 

57. "THE PRESS AND DIPLOMACY" 

Sir Arthur WiLLERT, Diplomat and Publicist 

58. "THE ANATOMY OF PERSONALITY" 

Dr. Howard W. Haggard, Physiologist 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE 
Chestertown, Maryland 

Thursday Morning, October 28, 1957 at 11 o'clock 

Sol Kaplan, Piano 
Leonard Rose, Violoncello 
Frederick Vogelgesang, Violin 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAx/AE 

I 



First and third movements from 
Trio in G major (K496) 
Allegro 
Allegretto 



Mozart 



II 



Sicilienne et Rigaudon Kreisler 

Alt-Wien Godowsky-Heifetz 

Introduction et Rondo capriccioso Saint-SaSns 
. Frederick Vogelgesang 



III 



Prelude in D flat major. Opus 28, 



No, 15 (Raindrop) 
Beautiful blue Danube 

Sol Kaplan 

IV 

Le cygne 

Serenade espagnole 

Allegro appassionato 

Leonard Rose 



Chopin 
Strauss-Schulz-Svler 



Saint-Sa^ns 

Glazounov 

Saint-SaSns 



Third and fourth movements from 
Trio in D minor. Opus 49 
Scherzo 
Finale 



Mendelssohn 



JUNIATA 

COLLEGE 

Soprano, Violin, Piano Trio of 

(Curtis 3nstitutr 

PHILADELPHIA 



TRIO PERSONNEL 




JORGE BOLET 



student of David Saperton 



FLORENCE KIRK 

student of Emilio de Gogorza and 
Ernst Maria Lert 





NOAH BlELSKl 



Stu<lcnt of Efrem Zimbalist 



PROGRAMME 



The lark 
Scherzo 



Mr. Bielski 



Glinka-Balakireff-Auer 
Chabrier-Loeffler 



II 

Madchenlied \ 

Der Tod, das ist die kuhle Nacht f 
''Ritorna vincitor," from "Aida" 

Miss Kirk 



Brahms 

Verdi 



III 

Fantasie in F minor, Opus 49 
Etudes: E flat major, Opus 10, No. 11 
A minor. Opus 25, No. 11 

Mr. Bolet 



Chopin 



Mazurka in A minor 

Tango 

Spinning song 



IV 



Mr. Bielski 



Chopin-Kreisler 

Albeniz-Kreisler 

Popper-Auer 



Wild geese 
The false prophet 
Danny boy 
The answer 



V 



Miss Kirk 



Rogers 

Scott 

Weatherlv 

Terry 



VI 

Preludes: G sharp minor. Opus 32, No. 12 | t^ i • />. 

E flat major. Opus 23, No. 3 s Rachmanmofl 

Waltzes from "Die Fledermaus" Straus-Godowsky 

Mr. Bolet 



30 October, 1937, 8:15 P. M. 



JUNIATA COLLEGE ARTISTS SERIES 

November 9 -- Zlatko Balokovic, Yugoslav . 
Violinist 

November 18 -- Choristers of the Canadian Singers' Guild, 
Walter Bates, Conducting 

February 7 and 8 -- Bruce Simonds, Pianist 

March 14 -- Hedgerow Th.^atre in Shakespeare's Twrlftli Night 



EKGELWOOD WOI/iAK'S CLUB 
Engelwood, New Jersey 

Monday Afternoon, November 1, 1957 at 2:^0 o'clock 

Eudice Shapiro, Violin 
Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAMME 



Romance in F major. Opus 50) 
Romance in G major. Opus 4o) 



Beethoven 



II 



Sonata No. 5 ii^ ^ minor. Opus 108 
Allegro 
Adagio 

Un poco presto e con sentimento 
Presto agitato 



Brahms 



III 



Mai ague na) 
Playera ) 
Zapateado) 



Sarasate 



THE DUPOIJT COUNTRY CLUB 
Penns Grove, New Jersey 

Sunday Evening, November 7, 19^7 at 8 o'clock 

Tchirl Roodney, Soprano 
Constance Russell, Piano 
Burnett Atkinson, Flute 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAmiE 



Tambourin 

Intermezzo in A major. 

Opus 118, No. 2 
Andaluza 

Constance Russell 



Rameau-Go do wsky 

Brahras 
de Fa 11a 



II 



Russian nightingale 
I heard a piper piping 
La capinera 

Tchirl Roodney 
Flute accompaniment by Burnett Atkinson 



Alabiev-Liebling 
Bax 
Benedict 



III 

Rigaudon, Opus 40, No. 5 
Scene from the opera "Orpheus'* 
Cantabile et presto 

Burnett Atkinson 



Grieg 
Gluck 
Enesco 



"Naila" waltz 



IV 

Constance Russell 
V 



Delibes-Dohnanyi 



The nightingale and the rose 
A widow bird sat mourning 
ilfhither runneth my sweetheart 

(Old English - 1606) 
Springtime of love 

Tchirl Roodney 



Rimsky-Korsakov 
Treharne 
Bartlet 

Moszkowski 



SLEIGHTCxN FARIvIS 
Darlington, Pennsylvania 

Sunday Evening, November l4, 1957 at 8 o'clock 

Mario Berini, Tenor 
Noah Bielski, Violin 
Ruth York in. Piano 
Louis Shub, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAIilME 



Prelude and Fugue in E minor. 
Opus 55, No. 1 

Ruth Yorkin 



Mendelssohn 



II 



Mazurka in A minor. 

Opus 67, No, 4 
Scherzo 

Noah Bielski 



Chopin-Kreisler 
Chabrier-Loeffler 



III 



Vaghissima sembianza Donaudy 

Nebbie Respighi 

"En fermant les yeux je vois ,•." 

from "J^lanon" Massenet 
Mario Berini 



IV 



Prelude in E flat. Opus 25, 

No. 6 Rachmaninoff 

Liebesleid Kreisler-Rachmaninoff 

La fille aux cheveux de lin) 
General Lavine - eccentric ) 
Rutl-i Yorkin 



Debussy 



I 



i 



SLEIGHTON FAR^IS 

Darlington, Pennsylvania 

(Continued) 



Tango 

Valse in E minor 

Spinning song 

Noah Bielski 



Albeniz-Kreisler 

Chopin-Kreisler 

Popper-Auer 



VI 



My lovely Celia 
In the Luxembourg gardens 
Spirit flower 
"E lucevan le stelle" 
from ''Tosca" 

Mario Berini 



Monro 
Manning 
Campbell-Tipton 

Puccini 



Si= 



UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 

NEWARK, DELAWARE 



Thursday Evening, November 18, 1937, at 8:00 o'clock 

Mario Berini, Tenor 
Julius Schulman, Violinist 
Oscar Eiermann, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Ave Maria Schubert- Wilhelmj 

Souvenir de Moscou Wieniawski 

Julius Schulman 

II 

Vaghissima sembianza Donaudy 

Wohin? I c 

^ , . ,. r, 1 > Schubert 

Du bist die Run) 

Nebbie Respighi 

Mario Berini 

III 

Hungarian dances, Nos. V and VII Brahms-Joachim 

Julius Schulman 

IV 

"Mi par d'udir ancora" Bizet 

from "Pearl Fishers" 

Mario Berini 

V 

Menuet Mozart 

Zapateado Sarasate 

Julius Schulman 

VI 

My lovely Celia Monro 

In the Luxembourg gardens Manning 

My message Hardelot 

Spirit flower Campbell-Tipton 

Mario Berini 

The Steinway is the oflScia! piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



THE I'JEiV CSXTURY CLUB 
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 

Tuesday Evening, November 2^, I957 at 8:15 o'clock 

June Winters, Soprano 
Constance Russell, Piano 
Burnett Atkinson, Flute 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAMME 



Tambour in 

Intermezzo in A major. 

Opus 118, No. 2 
Andaluza 

Constance Russell 



Rameau-Godowsky 

Brahms 
de Falla 



II 



Nightingale and the 'rose 

Gavotte 

*My dear Marquis" 

from "iJie Fledermaus" 

June iVinters 

III 

Scene from the opera "Orpheus" 
Rigaudon, Opus 40, No. 5 
Cantabile et presto 

Burnett Atkinson 



Saint-SaSns 
Popper-Aslanoff 

Strauss 



Gluck 
Grieg 
Enesco 



"Naila" waltz 



IV 

Constance Russell 
V 



Delibes-Dohnanyi 



Variations for flute and voice Adsim 

La flute enchantee Ravel 

Pretty mocking bird Bishop 
Miss Winters and Mr. Atkinson 



THE PORCH CLUB 
Riverton, New Jersey- 
Tuesday Afternoon, November ^0, 1957 at 2:^0 o'clock 

Tchirl Roodney, Soprano 
Constance Russell, Piano 
Burnett Atlcinson, Flute 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAIvaCS 



Tambour in 

Intermezzo in A major, 

Opus 118, No. 2 
Andaluza 

Constance Russell 



Rameau-G o do wsky 

Brahms 
de Fa 11a 



II 



The nightingale and the rose 
A widow bird sat mourning 
iShither runneth my sweetheart 

(Old English - 16C6) 
Springtime of love 

Tchirl Roodney 

III 

Scene from the opera "Orpheus" 
Rigaudon, Opus 40, No. 5 
Cantabile et presto 

Burnett Atkinson 



Rimsky-Korsakov 
Treharne 
Bartlet 

Moszkowski 



Gluck 
Grieg 
Snesco 



"Naila" waltz 



IV 

Consteince Russell 
V 



Delibes-Dohnanyi 



Russian nightingale Alabiev-Liebling 

I heard a piper piping Bax 

La capinera Benedict 

Tchirl Roodney 
Flute accompaniment by Burnett Atkinson 



.ffiSTTOWN SCHOOL 
Westtovm, Pennsylvania 

Saturday Evening, December h, 19^7 at 8 o'clock 

Lys Bert, Soprano 
Thomas Ingram, Pianist 
Noah Bielski, Violinist 
Oscar Sierroann, Accompanist 

of 



THE CURTIS Ii\ISTITaTE OF LiUSIC 
PROGRAMME 



Mazurka in A minor. Opus 67, No. 4 Chopin-Kreisler 
Scherzo Chabrier-Loeffler 

Noah Bielski 



II 



"Ach, ich ftihl's" 

from "Die Zauberfldte" 
"L'amero, saro costante" 
from "II re pastore" 

with violin obbligato 
Lys Bert 

III 



Mozart 



Fantasy in C minor 

Ballade in G minor. Opus 2^ 

Thomas Ingram 



Bach 
Chopin 



IV 



Tango 

Valse in E minor 

Spinning song 



Noah Bielski 



Albeniz-Kreisler 

Chopin-Xreisler 

Popper-Auer 



At the edge of the sea 
In the yellow dusk 
At the well 

When I have sung my songs 
Lys Bert 



Dobson 

Horsman 
Hageman 
Charles 



SESTTOifN SCHOOL 
ifestto'/m, Pennsylvania 
(Continued) 



VI 



Prelude in E flat major. 

Opus 25, No. 6 
Etude tableau in S flat minor. 

Opus 59, No. 5 
Marche from "The love of three 

oranges" 

Thomas Ingram 



Rachmaninoff 
Prokofiev 



THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 

OF PHILADELPHIA 
THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

(FIDELITY-PHILADELPHIA TRUST COMPANY, TRUSTEE) 

THE SIXTIETH ADDRESS 

OF 

THE BARNWELL COURSE 
"WHAT DO YOU DO?" 



BY 



ISAIAH BOWMAN, Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D. 

PRESIDENT, JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 
MUSICAL PROGRAM BY 

STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 




THE BALL ROOM 
PENN ATHLETIC CLUB 

WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1937 

AT EIGHT-TWENTY O'CLOCK 



THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

The Mary Gaston Barnwell Foundation, a unique institution in the 
annals of public education in America, owes its existence to the late James 
G. Barnwell, a graduate of the 16th Class, Central High School, who 
became Librarian of the University of Pennsylvania (1884-1886) and 
the Library Company of Philadelphia (1887-1907). Retiring at the 
age of 74, he lived until February 23, 1919, ten days after his 86th 
birthday. In his Will he wrote: 

"Whatever reputation and success I have attained, however 
moderate, being the result, under Providence of two causes. First, the 
training of a good mother who always inculcated and practiced the highest 
principles of honor and especially of moral courage regardless of immediate 
or apparent results, and Secondly, to the education which I received in the 
Public Schools of Philadelphia and especially in the Central High School. 
I wish to honor the memory of that mother by practically encouraging 
and rewarding the practice of the same high principles by the Students and 
Graduates of the School." 

Mr. Barnwell left his entire residuary estate, amounting to upwards 
of $320,000 for the benefit of the students and the graduates of the 
Central High School of Philadelphia. This Trust is named the Mary 
Gaston Barnwell Foundation, in honor of the Testator's mother, and is 
administered by the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company as Trustee. 
Under the Plan of Administration, a Committee of three members, con- 
sisting of the President of the Central High School, the President of 
the Associated Alumni, and the President of the Fidelity-Philadelphia 
Trust Company, is an ex-officio Advisory Committee. 

The Foundation became operative in 1922 and has initiated 
various activities to carry out the intentions of the Testator. In addition 
to establishing a Lectureship in Ethics and making grants for the purchase 
of appropriate books for the Central High School Library, it established 
the Barnwell Honor Roll of meritorious students and co-operated with the 
Associated Alumni in the erection of two concrete grandstands on Houston 
Field, the School's athletic grounds. 

The Barnwell Course of Addresses by notable leaders in education, 
letters, art, music, athletics, and allied fields of interest was begun in 
March, 1922. A complete list of the Barnwell speakers and their subjects 
forms part of this program. At the present time there are usually four 
Barnwell Addresses during the school year. 



PROGRAM 

PRESIDING OFFICER 

DR. JOHN L. HANEY (100th Class) 

PRESIDENT OF THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 
ADDRESS 

"WHAT DO YOU DO?" 

ISAIAH BOWMAN, Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D. 

PRESIDENT, JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 

MUSICAL PROGRAM 

STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 

EuDiCE Shapiro.. Violinist Mario Berini, Tenor 

Rebecca Lewis, Harpist Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 



I 

Romance in G major, Opus 40 Beethoven 

Playera ) „ 

^ J } Sarasate 

Zapateado ) 

Eudice Shapiro 



II 

En bateau Debussy 

Le bon petit roi d' Yvetot ) / , ^ « ■ 

T- . > arranged by Qjrandjany 

ht ron, ron, ron petit patapon | 

Deep River arranged by Salzedo 

Rebecca Lewis 

III 

Vaghissima Sembianza Donaudy 

Wohin? Schubert 

Nebbie Respighi 

Spirit Flower Campbell-Tipton 

Mario Berini 



THE BARNWELL ADDRESSES 

The earliest Barnwell Addresses were: (1) "A Real Education" by 
Dr. Lewis H. Perry; (2) "The Bible and Liberal Education" by Dr. Josiah H, 
Penniman; (3) "The True American" by Hon. George Wharton Pepper: 
(4) "The Meaning of Education" by Dr. Alfred E. Stearns; (5) "Why Go 
to School at AH" by Dr. Andrew F. West; (6) "Horizons" Dr. Boyd Ed- 
wards; (7) "The Lost Sense of Values" by Hon. James M. Beck; (8) "Can 
Western Civilization Be Salvaged?" by Mr. Glenn Frank; (9) "Memories of 
the Middle Border" by Mr. Hamlin Garland; (10) "Thirty Years Among the 
Labrador Fishermen" by Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell; (11) "The Education of 
Abraham Lincoln" by Dr. Cheesman A. Herrick; (12) "The American Rhodes 
Scholar at Oxford" by Dr. Frank Aydelotte; (13) "The Outlook for 
Democracy" by Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman; (14) "The Value of Early Train- 
ing in Initiative" by Rear Admiral William S. Sims; (15) "A Boy's Life in 
an English Public School" by Mr. J. Lewis Paton: (16) "Unsolved Problems 
of Our Foreign Relations" by Hon. Simeon D. Fess; (17) "Government and 
the Individual" by Hon. George H. Moses; (18) "The Human Side of 
Chemistry" by Dr. Edward E. Slosson; (19) "The Higher Meaning of 
Education" by Dr. Michael L Pupin; (20) "Creative Education in the School" 
by Di. Henry F. Osborn; (21) "Sons and Daughters of the City" by Dr. John 
H. Finley; (22) "The Significance of the City College Movement" by Dr. 
George F. Zook; (23) "Making Men" by Mr. Amos Alonzo Stagg; (24) 
"What Can Music Do For You?" by Dr. Leopold Stokowski; (25) "The 
Value of the Commonplace" by Right Rev. Dr. James E. Freeman; (26) "The 
Significance of Shakespeare" by Prof. Felix E. Schelling; (27) "Books and 
Experience" by Dr. J. Duncan Spaeth; (28) "A Century of War and Peace" 
by Dr. E. P. Cheyney; (29) "Lasting Values in Athletics" by Mr. Fielding H. 
Yost; (30) "Art and Contemporary Society" by Mr. Ralph Adams Cram; 

(31) "New Responsibilities of Citizenship" by Dr. William John Cooper; 

(32) "The Magic Realm of the Arts" by Dr. Henry Turner Bailey; (33) 
"Beauty in American Life" by Dr. Lorado Taft; (34) "Fear and Exploration" 
by Dr. William Beebe; (35) "Toward an Understanding World" by Rev. Will- 
iam T. Locke; (36) "Monastery, Bargain Counter, or Laboratory in Educa- 
tion" by Dr. John Dewey; (37) "A Scientific Adventure" by Dr. George E. 
Vincent; (38) "American Ideals in a Changing Age" by Mr. James Grafton 
Rogers; (39) "Our Present Discontents" by Rev. Dr. Charles A. Richmond; 
(40) "The Return of the Liberals" by Dr. Arthur H. Quinn; (41) "What is 
American Citizenship?" by Hon. Harry S. McDevitt; (42) "The Trend of 
Thought in Natural Philosophy" by Dr. Wm. F. G. Swann; (43) "Which 
Way Culture?" by Dr. John Erskine; (44) "The Higher Provincialism" by Dr. 
Cornelius Weygandt; (45) "The Gift of Intelligence ' by Dr. Frank P. Graves; 
(46) "Your Northern Neighbour" by Sir Robert A. Falconer; (47) "Education 
in the Democratic State" by Dr. Harry W. Chase; (48) "Meteor Crater in 
Arizona" by Dr. Clyde Fisher; (49) "The Old Bluecoat School" by Dr. W. 
Hamilton Fyfe: (50) "Useful Volts" by Dr. Karl T. Compton; (51) "Iceland's 
Contribution to Culture" by Hon. Asgeir Asgeirsson; (52) "The Stage and the 
Screen by Mr. William C. DeMille; (53) "Recent Explorations in Alaska" by 
Dr. Ales Hrdlicka. 

The more recent Barnwell Addresses have been as follows: 

54. "THE ART OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO" 

Dr. Albert C. Barnes, The Barnes Foundation 

55. "WHAT PRICE PEACE IN EUROPE?" 

M. Andre GERAUD, Journalist ("Pertinax") 

56. "ART IS FOR EVERYONE" 

Mr. Rockwell Kent, Artist and Author 

57. "THE PRESS AND DIPLOMACY" 

Sir Arthur WillERT, Diplomat and Publicist 

58. "THE ANATOMY OF PERSONALITY" 

Dr. Howard W. Haggard, Physiologist 

59. "A COLLEGE PROFESSOR BECOMES GOVERNOR" 

Hon. Wilbur L. Cross, Governor of Connecticut 



ENGELWCOD WOMAN'S CLUB 
Engelwood, New Jersey- 
Monday Afternoon, December 15, 1957 at 2:^0 o'clock 
The Trio Classique 

Ardelle Hookins, Flute 
Eudice Shapiro, Violin 
Virginia Majewski, Viola 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAivCiE 

I 



Variations on the theme ^Reich' 
mir die Hand, mein Leben" 
from "Don Juan" 



Mozart 



II 



Trio in D major. Opus 21 
Allegro 
Menuetto 



Taneiev 



III 



pastorale 

Prayer ) 

Allegretto and Polonaise ) 

Summe might 

Aubade 



Scarlatti 
Bach 

Cornelissen 
Wailly 



IV 



A dream of Christmas 



Ketelby 



DUPOrJT CCUTJTRY CLUB 
Penns Grove, Kew Jersey- 
Sunday Evening, December 19, 1957 at 8:15 o'clock 

Gabrielle Hunt, Contralto 

Mario Berini, Tenor 

Oscar Eieraann, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAf.aE 



Hark, hark the lark 
ivlddchenlied (Auf die Kacht) ) 
M^dchenlied (Am jiiingsten Tag) ) 
In the steppe 

Gabrielle Hunt 



Schubert 
Brahms 

Gretchaninov 



II 



Where-e're you walk H&ndel 

Vaghisoiraa sembianza ■ Donaudy 
Nebbie Resphighi 

Mario Berini 

III 

"Connais-tu le pays" 

from "Mignon" Thomas 

Gabrielle Hunt 



IV 



''Mi par d'udir ancora" 
from "Pearl Fishers" 

Mario Berini 



Bizet 



Singing, girl of Shan Barnett 

Orientale Cui 

Mam'selle Marie Guion 

"Gavotte" from "Mignon" Thomas 
Gabrielle Hunt 



DUPONT OCUTJTRY CLUB 
Penns Grove, New Jersey 
(Continued) 



VI 

My lovely Celia Monro 

Duna McGill 

My message Hardelot 

Spirit flower Campbell-Tipton 
Mario Berini 



SALON IvlUSIO CLUB 
Larabertville, Ne.v Jersey 

Tuesday Evening, December 28, 1957 at 8 o'clock 

Lys Bert, Soprano 

Noah Bielski, Violinist 

Oscar Eiermann, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAMME 



Mazurka in A minor. Opus 65, No, 4 Chopin-Kreisler 



Scherzo 

Noah Bielski 

II 

"l know that my Redeemer liveth" 

from the "Messiah" 
A'a 1 de ins amke i t 
Heimkehr vom Feste 

Lys Bert 

III 



Chabrier-Loeffler 



Hindel 

Reger 

Blech 



Tango 

Valse bluette 

Spinning song 



Noah Bielski 
IV 



Albeniz-Krei s ler 

Drigo 
Popper-Auer 



"L'amero, sard costante" 
from "ll re pastore" 

(with violin obbligato) 
cease thy singing 

(with violin obbligato) 
Lys Bert 



Mozart 
Rachmaninoff 



Introduction et Rondo capriccioso. 
Opus 28 

Noah Bielski 



Saint-SaSns 



SALON IvIUSIC CLUB 
Lambertville, Kew Jersey 
(Continued) 



VI 



In the yellow dusk Horsraan 

At the edge of the sea Dobson 

Do not go my love) Hageman 
At the well ) Lyg Bert 



THE IRIS CLUB 



LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA 



Wednesday Afternoon, January 5. 1938, at 2:30 O'Clock 

Jorge Bolet, Pianist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 



PROGRAMME 



Organ fantasia and fugue in G minor 



Bach-Liszt 



II 

Rondo from the Sonata in D major. Opus 53 
Nocturne in F sharp major, Opus 15, No. 2 
Etude in C sharp minor. Opus 1 0, No. 4 - 
Etude in E fiat major, Opus I 0, No. 1 1 
Etude in A minor. Opus 25, No. 11 



Schubert 
Chopin 
Chopin 
Chopin 
Chopin 



III 

Suggestion diabolique _ . . 

Prelude in G sharp minor, Opus 32, No. 1 2 
Prelude in G minor. Opus 23, No. 5 
La campanella . . . - 



Prokofiev 

Rachmaninoff 

Rachmaninoff 

Liszt-Busoni 



ivIUSICAL ARTS CLUb 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 




omantirtsm 



KuMe WXntttB 
Ignrnrtt AtkinBon 



Piano 
Jlutr 



OF 



(Kt^ ^ttrtfii Inntitatt of Mmxit 



Wednesday, two-thirty o'clock 

January nineteenth 

Nineteen hundred thirty-seven 



Montgomery County 
Medical Society Building 
Norristown, Pceneylvania 



La campaneiia 



Lli.O£i \J — UiiSO 



Jorge Bolet 



albf (§ttnxtt Club 

NoRRisTOWN, Pennsylvania 
ARS. J. LAWRENCE EISENBERG. President 



Ars. Robert L. Wilkinson, Chaiffvian of the Day 

PROGRA/^ 
I 

Hark, hark the lark Schubert'Liszt 

Intermezzo In A major, Opus 1 1 8, No. 2 Brahms 

Tambourin Rameau'Qodtfusky 

CONSTANCE RUSSELL 

II 

Die Forollc ] 

/ Schubert 

Lachen und Weinan ) 

Nightingale and the rose Saint-Saens 

JUNE WINTERS 



MUSICAL ARTS CLUB 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 



I II 

Scene from the opera "Orphpus" Gluck 

Allegretto Godard 

Cantabile ct presto Enesco j-^ 

BURNETT ATKINSON 

IV 

"Naila" waltz Delibes-Dohnanyi 

CONSTANCE RUSSELL 

V 

VarJations for fluta and voice Adam 

La flute enchantce Ravel 

Russian nightingale Alabiev-Liebling 

JUNE WINTERS 
Fiute accompaniipcnr by Burnett Atkinson 



lOff 

La campanella Liszt-Busoni 

Jorge Bolet 



MRS. CALVIN H. WINGERT 



MRS. WILLIAM F. DANNEHOWER 

MRS. ELGIN H. LENHARDT 

MRS. FREDERICK F. HAUSER 



MRS. WAYNE A. BROWN Chairman of Programs 

MRS. CHARLES H. BRUNNER Chairmnn of Decorations 



lAPKESSlONISA 
MRS. GEORGE C. BOWKER, Chairman of the Day 



IvIUSICAL ARTS CLUB 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 

Thursday Evening, January 20, 19^8 at 8:15 o'clock 

Ellwood Hawkins, Baritone 

Jorge Bolet, Piano 

Oscar Siermann, Accompanist 

of 

TKS CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAMME 



Organ fantasia and fugue in G minor 
Jorge Bolet 



Bach-Liszt 



II 



Invocazione di Orfeo 
Ruhe, meine Seele 
None but the lonely heart 
Soit bourguignon 

Ellwood Ha.vkins 

III 

Rondo from the Sonata in D major. Opus 55 
Etude in C sharp minor. Opus 10, No» 4) 
Etude in ^ flat major. Opus 10, No. 11) 
Etude in A minor. Opus 25, No. 11 ) 
Jorge Bolet 

IV 

"Vision fugitive" from "Herodiade" 
Ellwood Hawkins 



Peri 
Strauss 
Tschaikovsky 
.Veckerlin 



Schubert 
Chopin 



Massenet 



Prelude in G sharp minor. Opus 52, No. 12) 
Prelude in G minor. Opus 25, No. 5 ) 
La campanella 

Jorge Bolet 



Rachmaninoff 
Liszt-Busoni 



I^SICAL ARTS CLUB 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 
(Continued) 



YI 

Bonnie Sari o 'Moray Kreisler 

There is a la dye Bury 

Trouble MacGirasey 

Song of the open road Malotte 

Sllwood Hawkins 



GEORGE SCHOOL 
George School, Pennsylvania 

Saturday Evening, January 22, 19^3 at 8:00 o'clock 

Lynne '.Vainwright, Harp 
Sllwood Hawkins, Baritone 
Oscar Eieriaann, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS I.NSTITUTS OF MUSIC 

PROGRAMME 

I 



Sarabande 

Giga 

Bourree 

Lynne iVainwright 

II 

Invocazione di Orfeo 
Ruhe, meine Seele 
None but the lonely heart 
Soit bourguignon 

Ellwood Hawkins 

III 

Deep river ) 

Believe me, if all those ) 
endearing young charms) 
Two French folk songs 

Lynne '.Vainwright 



Coupe r in 

Corelli 

Bach 



Peri 
Strauss 
Tschaikovsky 
Weckerlin 



Arranged by Salzedo 
Arranged by Grandjany 



IV 



"Di Provenza il mar" 
from "La Traviata" 

Ellwood Hawkins 



Verdi 



GEORGE SCHOOL 

George School, Pennsylvania 

(Continued) 



Chanson dans la nuit ) Qoir,^^« 

Short stories m music; 

Madonna and child 

I^ight breeze 

Pirouetting music box 

Behind the barracks 

Goldfish 

Skipping rope 

Lynne rfainwright 

VI 

My message Hardelot 

Bfearyin ' Leon 

Sheila Kellogg 

rfhen I think upon the maidens Head 
Ellwood Hawkins 



THE DUPONT COUWTRY CLUB 
Penns Grove, New Jersey- 
Sunday Evening, January 2^, I958 at 6:15 o'clock 

Lys Bert, Soprano 

Rebecca Lewis, Karp 

Oscar Eiermann, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAI/.ME 



Sarabande Couperin 

Short stories in music Salzedo 

Night breeze 

Pirouetting music box 

Madonna and child 

Goldfish 

Behind the barracks 

Rebecca Lewis 

II 

Stornello Cimara 

"0 mio babbino caro" ) 

from "Gianni Schicchi" ) Puccini 
"Un bel di" from "Madam Butterfly") 
Lys Bert 

III 

Deep river Arranged by Salzedo 

Le bon petit roi d'Yvetot ) Arranged by Grandjany 
Jit ron, ron, ron, petit patapon; 

Believe me if all those ) Arranged by Salzedo 
endearing young charms} 

Rebecca Lewis 

IV 



The harp that once through Tara's) 

halls ) 

The last rose of summer ) 

The Irish reel ) 

with harp accompaniment 

Lys Bert 



Old Irish 



THE DUPONT 0CUI\1TRY CLUB 

Perms Grove, New Jersey 

(Continued) 



Danse sacree ) _^, 

Danse profane) ^ 

Miss Lewis and Mr. Eienaann 

VI 

At the edge of the sea Dofason 

At parting Rogers 

When I have sung my songs Charles 

At the well Hageman 
Lys Bert 



STATE TSACHSRS COLLEGE 
Millersville, Pennsylvania 

Friday Evening, January 28, 195S at 8:15 o'clock 

Florence Kirk, Soprano 
Jorge Bolet, Pianist 
Louis Shub, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAfiliE 



Fantaisie in F minor. Opus 49 
Jorge Bolet 



Chopin 



II 



Gretchen am Spinnrade 

M&dchenlied) 

Der Jiger ) 

Florence Kirk 

III 

Rondo from Sonata in D major. Opus 55 
Etudes: C sharp minor. Opus 10, No. 4) 
E flat major. Opus 10, No. 11) 
A minor, Opus 25, No. 11 ) 
Jorge Bolet 



Schubert 
Brahms 



Schubert 
Chopin 



IV 



"Voi lo sapete" from 

"Cavalleria Rusticana" 

Florence Kirk 



Mascagni 



Preludes: G sharp minor. Opus ^2, No. 12) Rachmaninoff 

G minor. Opus 25, No. 5 ) 
La campanella Liszt-Busoni 

Jorge Bolet 



STATS TEACHERS COLLEGE 
Millersville, Pennsylvania 
(Continued) 



VI 

The star Rogers 

None but the lonely heart Tschaikovsky 

The answer Terry 
Florence Kirk 



CONGO URSS CLUB 
Palmerton, Pennsylvania 

Thursday Evening, February 5> 1958 a-t 8:15 o'clock 

Jane Shoaf, Soprano 
Lester Snglander, Baritone 
tVilliam Home, Tenor 
Joseph Levine, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAME 



Leoncavallo 



Duet from "Pagliacci" 

Miss Shoaf and Mr. Snglander 
The prison scene from "Faust" Gounod 
Miss Shoaf, Mr, Englander and Mr, Home 



II 



My lovely Celia 
Spirit flower 

"O Colombina" from "Pagliacci" 
"La donna e mobile" 
from "Rigoletto" 

William Home 



Monro 
Campbell-Tipton 
Leoncavallo 
Verdi 



III 



II bacio 
II mio bel foco 
With a water lily) 
Ich liebe dich ) 

Jane Shoaf 



Arditi 
Mar cello 

Grieg 



IV 



"The secret of Suzanne" 
an opera in one act 

Suzanne 
Count Gil 
Sante, a servant 



Wolf-Ferrari 



Jane Shoaf 
Lester Englander 
William Home 



FRISn^IDS SCHOOL 
Germantovm, Pennsylvania 

Thursday Morning, February 10, 1958 at 10:^0 o'clock 

Annette Elkanova, Piano 
Leonard Rose, Violoncello 
Frederick Vogelgesang, Violin 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAI^aE 



First and third movements from Trio Mozart 
in G major (K496) 
Allegro 
Allegretto 



II 



Carmen fantaisie Sarasate-Zimbalist 

Variations on a theme of Corelli Tartini-Kreisler 
Frederick Vogelgesang 

III 



Intermezzo in C major. 
Opus 119, I'^o. 5 ) 

Rhapsodie in E flat major. 
Opus 119, No. 4 ) 

Annette Elkanova 



Brahms 



IV 



Russian nocturne in C sharp minor Chopin 
Hungarian rhapsodie Popper 

Leonard Rose 



Third and fourth movements from Trio 
in D minor. Opus 49 
Scherzo 
Finale 



Mendelssohn 



HAMJLTON COLLEGE 
Clinton, New York 

Sunday Evening, February 1^, I958 at 8s 15 o'clock 

Jorge Bolet, Pianist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAIvflklE 
I 



Organ fantasia and fugue 
in G minor 

II 

Rondo from the Sonata 
in D major. Opus 5^ 

Fantaisie in F minor. Opus 49 

Etudes: 

£ flat major. Opus 10, No, 11 
C sharp minor. Opus 10, No. 4 
C sharp minor. Opus 25, No ,7 
A minor. Opus 25, No, 11 

III 

Sonata appassionata. Opus 57 

IV 



Suggestion diabolique 

Preludes: 

E flat major. Opus 2^, No. 6 ) 
G sharp minor. Opus ^2, No. 12) 

Waltzes from "Die Fledermaus" 



Bach-Liszt 



Schubert 



Chopin 



Beethoven 



Prokofiev 



Rachmaninoff 
Strauss-Go do wsky 



TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB 
Lansdowne, Pennsylvania 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 15, 1958 at 2:^0 o* clock 

Marguerite Kuehne, Violin 
Fritz Krueger, Tenor 
Nathan Stutch, Violoncello 
Louis Shub, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF IvIUSIC 
PROGRAIvH^E 



Nocturne in D flat major 
Slavonic dance No, 1 
La jota 

Marguerite Kuehne 



Chopin-Wilhelmj 

Dvorak-Kreisler 

de Falla 



II 



Sometimes I feel like a 

motherless child 
Mah Lindy Lou 
0' didn't it rain 

Fritz Krueger 

III 



Burleigh 

Strickland 

Burleigh 



Arioso 


Bach 


Gavotte 


Popper 


Nina 


Pergolesi 


Nathan Stutch 




IV 




Second movement from Concerto No, 2 




in D minor 


Wieniawski 


Romance 




Introduction and Tarantelle 


Sarasate 



Marguerite Kuehne 



Old Mother Hubbard 

(after the style of H&ndel) 
Now sleeps the crimson petal 
Let my song fill your heart 

Fritz Krueger 



Hutchinson 

Qui Iter 
Charles 



NEWARK MUSIC SOCIETY 

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 
NEWARK, DELAWARE 



Thursday Evcniw^, Fchritary 17, /9JS, af fi:00 <)\-l()ck 

Florence Kirk, Soprano 
Ellw'ood Hawkins, Baritone 
Eugene Bossart, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 



PROGRAMME 



O del mio amato ben 

Ruhe, meine Scele 

"Quand'ero paggio" from "Falstaflf" ( 

"Di Provenza il mar" from "La Traviata"f 

Ellwood Hawkins 



DONAUDY 

Strauss 
Vfroi 



II 

Vergebliches Standchen( 
Madchenlied ( 

"Pace, pace, mio dio" from "La Forza del Destino' 

Florence Kirk 



Brahms 
Verdi 



III 

Nile scene from "Aida" 

Miss Kirk and Mr. Hawkins 



Verdi 



IV 

Bonnie Earl O'Moray 

There is a ladye 

Trouble 

When I think upon the maidens 

Ellwood Hawkins 



. Kreisler 

Bury 

MacGimsey 

Head 



The star I 

Wild geese I 

None but the lonely heart 

At the well 



V 



. Rogers 



. Tschaikovsky 
. . . Hageman 



Florence Kirk 



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The Somerville Forum 

of 

S^varthmore College 

Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 

Thursday Einiitv^, February 17, 19} 8, at 8:15 o'clock 

RECITAL 

hy 

LEONARD ROSE, Violoncello 

RALPH BERKOWITZ at the Piano 
of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 



PROGRAMME 



I 

Sonata in G major Sammartini 

Allegro 

Grave 

Vivace 
Toccata Frescobaldi-Cassaoo 

II 

Sonata No. S in D major. Opus 102, No. 2 Beethoven 

Andante 
Allegro vivace 

III 

Concerto in A minor. Opus 129 Schumann 

In one movement 

IV 

Russian nocturne in C sharp minor Chopin 

Hungarian rhapsodic Popper 

inililllMlMiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiliiiiiliniiMiiinii i liiiiiiniiiiiilii illllllllllllllllllinriir i [il ll Ul l llll l l l ll ll l ll l llllllllllilll l lllillllllllllllllllllllll h ^g 



ALLENTOlYN MUSICAL CLUB 
Allentown, Pennsylvania 

Monday Afternoon, February 21, I958 at 2:^0 o'clock 



String Quartet 

Julius Schulnan, Violin 
Rafael Druian, Violin 
Samuel Singer, Viola 
Nathan Stutch, Violoncello 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAL^IME 



Quartet in F major. No. 1 Rimsky-Korsakoff 

Allegro alia breve 
Andante moderate 
Scherzo: Allegretto vivace 
Finale; Allegro con spirito 



MUSICAL ARTS CLUB 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 

Tuesday Evening, February 22, 19^8 at 8:15 o'clock 

Lynne VVainwright, Karp 
Leonard Hose, Violoncello 
Burnett Atl-:inson, Flute 
Eugene Boss art. Accompanist 



THE a'RTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PR0GRAIv3^IE 

I 

Pieces de clavecin en concert 

II 

Russian nocturne in C sharp minor 
Hungarian rhapsodie 

Leonard Rose 



Bourree 
Scintillation 



III 

Lynne Wainwright 
IV 



Suite in B minor 

Bourree I 

Bourree II 

Menuet 

Badinerie 
Fantaisie 

Burnett Atkinson 

V 

Menuet 

Dorienne, from Divertissement grec 



Rameau 



Chopin 
Popper 



Bach 
Salzedo 



Bach 



Hilie 



Va lens in 
Mouquet 



DUPONT OOMTRY CLUB 
Penns Grove, Kew Jersey 

Sunday Evening, February 27, 19^3 at 8:15 o'clock 

iite-rguerite Kuehne, Violin 
Neville Landor, Baritone 
Oscar Eiermann, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF IvIUSIC 
PR0GRAI-2.IE 



"De I'art splendeur" from 

"Benvenuto Cellini" Diaz 

Song of the flea Moussorgsky 

Neville Landor 



II 



Nocturne in D flat major 
Slavonic dance No. 1 
La 3 Ota 

Marguerite Kuehne 

III 

Vmnderer's song 

A wondrous rapture it must be 

None but the lonely heart 

Neville Landor 



Chopin- iSilhelmj 

Dvorak-Kreis ler 

de Falla 



S chumann 

Liszt 

Tschaikovsky 



IV 



Second movement from Concert 

No. 2 in D minor - Romance iVieniawski 

Introduction and Tarantelle Sarasate 

I\Iarguerite Kuehne 



Homing 

King Charles 

Thy beaming eyes 

Song of the open road 

Neville Landor 



Del Riego 
/Vhite 
Mac Do we 11 
i/ialotte 



SOlvUvIERVILLE FORULl 
of 
Swarthmore College 
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 

Thursday Evening, March 5> 1958 at 8:15 o'clock 

Rafael Druian, Violin 
Eugene Helmer, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS IXSTITUTS OF .VIUSIC 
PROGRMilffi 



Sonata in A minor. Opus 105 

Liit lei dens chaftlichem Ausdruck 

Allegretto 

Lebhaft 



Schumann 



II 



Chaconne 

For violin alone 



Bach 



III 

Concerto in D minor. Opus 47 
Allegro raoderato 
Adagio di molto 
Allegro, ma non tanto 



Sibelius 



IV 



Recitative und Scherzo-caprice 

For violin alone 
Romance, Opus 5 
Scherzo-Tarantella 



Kreisler 

Glidre 
Wieniawski 



:-%^ 



NEW JERSEY STATE MUSEUM 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Sunday Afternoon, March 6, 1938, at 4 o'clock 

Frederick Vogelgesang, Violin 
Leonard Rose, Violoncello 
Sol Kaplan, Pianist 
of 

THE Curtis institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. First and third movements from trio MOZART 

in G major (K496) 
Allegro 
Allegretto 

II. Russian nocturne in C sharp minor CHOPIN 

Hungarian rhapsodic POPPER 

Leonard Rose 

in. Finale from Suite in D minor HanDEL 

Prelude in Db major. Opus 28, No. 15 ChoPIN 

(Raindrop) 
Triana ALBENIZ 

Sol Kaplan 

IV. Arioso Bach 

Fugue in A major Tartini-Kreisler 

Moto perpetuo . PagaNINI 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

V. Third and fourth movements from trio in 

D minor. Opus 49 MENDELSSOHN 

Scherzo 
Finale 



c^o 



GIRARD COLLEGE 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvemia 

Friday Evening, March 18, 1958 at 8:00 o» clock 

Ensemble from 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

conducted by 
Joseph Levine 

PROGRAIvDvE 

I 

Aria on G String Bach 

(Arranged for small orchestra) 

II 
Eine kleine Nachtmusik Mozart 

III 

Two sketches based on Indian themes Griffes 

IV 

Novellettes Glazounov 

(Arranged for small orchestra) 



MUSICAL ARTS SOCIETY 
Hamilton College 
Clinton, New York 

Sunday Evening, March 20, 1958 at 8:^0 o'clock 

Eudice Shapiro, Violinist 
Eva Rautenberg, Accompanist 

?B.OGRk¥ME: 

1 

Romance in G major Beethoven 

II 



Concerto in A major 
Allegro aperto 
Adagio 

Tempo di raenuetto 
Allegro 

III 

Sonata Ho, ^ in D minor. Opus 108 
Allegro 
Adagio 

Un poco presto e con sentimento 
Presto agitato 



Mozart 



Brahms 



IV 



Second movement from Sonata for violin 

alone. Opus 42 Reger 

Chanson et Boite a musique) Tansman 

Mouvement perpetuel ) 
Zapateado Sarasate 



Present Day Club 

Princeton, New Jersey 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 23, 1938 

Sol Kaplan, Pianist 
Leon7\rd Rose, Violoncello 
Frederick Vogelgesang, Violin 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 



PROGRAMME 

I 

First and third movements from Trio 

in G major (K496) - _ . - Mozart 
Allegro 
Allegretto 

II 

Russian nocturne in C sharp minor - - Chopin 
Hungarian rhapsodic . _ _ _ _ Popper 

Leonard Rose 

III 
Finale from Suite in D minor - - - Handel 
Prelude in Db major, Opus 28. No. 15 - Chopin 
(Raindrop) 

Triana Albeniz 

Sol Kaplan 

IV 

Arioso --___-__- Bach 

Fugue in A major - - - - Tartini-Kreisler 

Moto perpetuo _-_-__ Paganini 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

V 

Third and fourth movements from Trio 

in D minor, Opus 49 - - - Mendelssohn 
Scherzo 
Finale 



WOI.IANS CLUB 
Allentown, Pennsylvania 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 5, I958 at 2:^0 o'clock 

June Winters, Soprano 
Mary Korris, Pianist 
Albert Tipton, Flutist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE CF MUSIC 
PRCGRALIME 



Symphonic etudes. Opus I5 
Mary Nor r is 

II 

"Mes belles amourettes", from 
"Echos du temps passS" 

Star vincino 

"Regnava nel silenzio", from 
"Lucia di Lammermoor" 

June .Vinters 



Schumann 



We eke rl in 

Rosa 

Donizetti 



III 

Allegretto 

Scene from the opera "Orpheus' 

Hora staccato 

Albert Tipton 

IV 

Poissons d'or 
Prelude in G major 
Prelude No. 24 in D minor 
Mary Norris 



Godard 

Gluck 

Dinicu-Heifetz 



Debussy 

Rachmaninoff 

Chopin 



The gypsy and the bird Benedict 

"La flute enchant6e", from 

"Scheherazade" Ravel 

Variations on a theme of Mozart Adam 

(with flute obbligato) 
June rV inters 



iVOMANS CLUB 
Pemberton, New Jersey- 
Monday Evening, April 4, 1958 ^^t 8:15 o'clock 

Constance Russell, Piano 
June i(7inters. Soprano 
Burnett Atkinson, Flute 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF laJSIC 
PROGRAIvQ^ffi 



"Mes belles amourettes" 

from "Echos du temps passe" 

Star vincino 

"Regnava nel silenzio" 

from "Lucia di Lamraermoor" 
June jVinters 



Seckerlin 

Rosa 
Donizetti 



II 



Suite in 3 minor 

Polonaise 

Badinerie 
Cantabile et Presto 

Burnett Atkinson 



Bach 



dines CO 



III 

The gypsy and the bird 
"La flute enchantee" 

from "Scheherazade" 
Variations on a theme of iMozart 
June »V inters 
with Flute obbligato 



Benedict 
Ravel 

Adam 



IV 



Prelude in £ minor. Opus 5^, No, 1 
Waltz in C sharp minor. 

Opus 64, No. 2 
Hark, hark, the lark 

Constance Russell 



Mendelssohn 
Chopin 

Schubert-Liszt 



iVOMNS CLU3 

Pemberton, New Jersey 

(Continued) 



"Charraant oiseau" 

from "La perle du 3resil" David 

"Air du rossignol" 

from "Les noces de Jeanette" Masse 

Burnett Atkinson 



WOIvlANS CLU3 
Cape May, Ne<v Jersey 

Thursday Afternoon, April 7, 19^8 at 2:^0 o'clock 

Marguerite Kuehne, Violin 
Mario Berini, Tenor 
Nathan Stutch, Violoncello 
Eugene Bossart, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAl^livIE 
I 



Second movement from Concerto 
No. 2 in D minor 
Romance 
Menuett 
XIII Caprice 

Marguerite Kuehne 



•Vieniawski 

Mozart-Kreisler 
Paganini 



II 



iVhere-e'er you walk 
Still -vie die Nacht 
Nebbie 

l»Iario Berini 

III 

Nina 

Chanson villageoise 
Le cygne ) 

Allegro appassionato) 

Nathan Stutch 

IV 

Romance in G major 
Introduction and Tarantelle 

Marguerite Kuehne 



Hfindel 

Bohm 

Respighi 



Pergolesi 
Popper 

Saint-Sains 



Beethoven 
Sarasate 



Drink to me only with thine eyes 
Songs ray mother taught me 
Spirit flower 

Mario Berini 



Qui Iter 
Dvorak 
Campbell-Tipton 



OuzabeilttcwH Gcllece 

Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 
We^Hcs^au OOemnG, QbM 1^, /93S 

AT 8 O' CLOCK 

Soloists 
JUNE WINTERS. Soprano 
BURNETT ATKINSON, Flute 
JOSEPH LEVINE. Piano 

PROGRAMME 
I 

Chaconne Bach-Busoni 

JOSEPH LEVINE 

II 

Where the bee sucks Arne 

Christopher Robin Frasier-Simson 

Down in the glen Warren 

Midsummer Worth 

"Una voce poco fa," from "Barber of Seville" . Rossini 
JUNE V/INTERS 

III 

Suite in B minor Bach 

Bouree I 
Bouree II 
Menuet 
Badinerie 

Cantabile et presto Enesco 

BURNETT ATKINSON 

IV 

Russian nightingale .... Alablev-Liebling 
To one who passed whistling through the night . Gibbs 

La flute enchantee Ravel 

Variations on a theme of Mozart .... Adam 
JUNE WINTERS 

FLUTE ACCOMPANIMENT BY BURNETT ATKINSON 

V 

Little white donkey ...... Ibert 

La valse Ravel 

JOSEPH LEVINE 



THE KSNrJSTT JUNIOR NE// CEI\ITURY CLUB 
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 

Tuesday Evening, April 19, 19^8 at 8 o'clock 

Robert Gay, Baritone 
Elizabeth jYaldo, Violin 
Oscar Siermann, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS IxNSTITUTE OF i<iUSIC 

PROGRAIvLME 

I 

Tu lo sai Tore 111 

Donzelle, fuggite Cavalli 

Come raggio di sol Caldara 

Robert Gay 

II 

"Romance" from "Concerto No. 2 

in D minor" iVieniawski 

Praeludium und Allegro Kreisler 

Elizabeth .Valdo 

III 

"Credo" from "Otello" Verdi 

Robert Gay 

IV 

Farewell to Cucullain 

(Londonderry air) Kreisler 

Nocturne Boulanger 

Caprice XX Paganini-Kreisler 

Elizabeth ./aldo 



Drink to me only with thine eyes Quilter 

Passing by Purcell 

Preach not me ' Arne 
Robert Gay 



MUSICAL ARTS CLUB 

Carlisle, Pennsylvania 

Tuesday Evening, April 19, 1938 

At 8:15 O'clock 
JANE SHOAF, Soprano 
LESTER ENGLANDER, Baritone 
WILLIAM HORNE, Tenor 
JOSEPH LEVINE, Piano 
of 
THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAMME 

I. 

Duet from "Pagliacci" __--__ Leoncavallo 
Miss Shoaf and Mr. Englander 

The Prison Scene from "Faust" - _ - _ . Gounod 
Miss Shoaf, Mr. Englander and Mr. Home 

II. 
My Lovely Celia .--__-__ Monro 

Spirit Flower ------- Campbell-Tipton 

"O Colombina" from "Pagliacci" . - - . Leoncavallo 
"La donna e mobile" from "Rigoletto" - _ - _ Verdi 

William Home 

III. 

Alleluja Mozart 

I Love Thee -----___- Grieg 

With a Water Lily --_-.-__ Grieg 

The Kiss -- -- Arditi 

Jane Shoaf 

IV. 
"The Secret of Suzanne" ----- Wolf-Ferrari 

An opera in one act. 

Suzanne ----- jane Shoaf 

Count Gil - - - - Lester Englander 
Sante, a servant - - _ William Home 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE 
Chester town, i.laryland 

Thursday Morning, April 21, 1958 ^'^ H o'clock 

Lye Bert, Soprano 

Noah 3ielski, Violin 

Oscar Siennann, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PRCGRAivavE 



Tango 




Albeniz-Kreisler 


Scherzo 


Noah Sielski 
II 


Chabrier-Loeffler 


Stornello 




Cimara 



"Un bel di" from "Madam Butterfly" Puccini 

Lye Bert 



III 

Mazurka in A minor. Opus 67 » 

No. A 
Gavotte 
Flight of the bumble bee 

Noah Bielski 



Chopin-Krelsler 

3ach-Kreisler 

Rimsky-Korsakov 



IV 

At parting 

At the edge of the sea 
The last rose of summer 
"waltz" from "Eva" 

Lys Bert 



Rogers 
Dobson 
Old Irish 
Lehar 



Prelude 

Girl with the flaxen hair 

Perpetual motion 

Noah Bielski 



Bach 

Debussy 

NovaJ'ek 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE 
Chesterto'jm, Maryland 
(Continued) 



VI 

"L'amero, saro costante" 

from "ll re pastore" Mozart 

cease thy singing Rachmaninoff 

(with violin obbligato) 
Lys Bert 



MUSICAL ARTS SOCIETY 
Hamilton College 
Clinton, New York 

Friday Evening, April 22, I958 at S:15 o'clock 

Fritz Krueger, Tenor 

Elsie IvIacFarlane, Contralto 

Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS li^STITUTE OF I^IUSIC 
PROGRAl.ilvE 



Die Meere ) 
The gypsies) 

Elsie MacFarlane and Fritz Krueger 



Brahms 



II 



II mio bel foco 
There's not a swain 
Les cloches 
Le raanoir de Rosemonde 

Elsie MacFarlane 

III 

Gia il sole dal Gange 

Stornellatrice 

My lady walks in lovliness 

Lament of Ian the proud 

Fritz Krueger 



Marcel lo 
Pur cell 
Debussy 
Duparc 



Scarlatti 
Respighi 
Charles 
Griffes 



IV 



tfenn ich ein Vftglein wir) 
Schftn Blttmelein ) 

Elsie MacFarlane and Fritz Krueger 



S churaann 



Nacht und Tr&ume ) 
Trockne B lumen ) 
Eifersucht und Stolz) 

Fritz Krueger 



Schubert 



MUSICAL ARTS SOCIETY 
Hamilton College 
jClinton, New York 
(Continued) 



VI 

Mi'dchenlied Brahms 

Eros Grieg 

The piper Head 

Night, and the curtains dravm Ferrata 
Elsie I^IacFarlane 

VII 

Excerpts from "Carmen" Bizet 

Habanera - L' amour est un oiseau 
Flower song - La fleur que tu 

m'avais jetee 
Duet from Act II - La bas, la bas 
dans la montagne 

Elsie MacFarlane and Fritz Krueger 



THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 
of Philadelphia 

THE IvIARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

The Penn Athletic Club of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Monday Evening, April 25, 19'^Q at 9O0 o'clock 

Lys Bert, Soprano 
Ivlarguerite Kuehne, Violin 
Thomas Ingram, Piano 
Eugene Bossart, Accompanist 

of 

THE Cl'RTIS Il^TITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAfvlME 



Liebestr8.ume 

Serenade 

Danse rituelle du feu 

Thomas Ingram 

II 

"Jewel Song" from "Faust" 
At the edge of the sea 
At parting 

JH'ien I have sung my songs 
Lys Bert 

III 

Siciliano 

ulenuett 

Schdn Rosraarin 

Introduction and Tarantelle 

Marguerite Kuehne 



Liszt 
Blanchet 
de Falla 



Gounod 
Dob son 
Rogers 
Charles 



Bach 
Mo za r t-A 1 thau s 
Kreisler 
Sarasate 



rtCODBURY r/iEN'S CHORUS 
Woodbury, liew Jersey- 
Thursday Evening, April 28, 1958 ^t 8:15 o'clock 

Sol Kaplan, Piano 

Frederick Vogelgesang, Violin 

Nathan Stutch, Violoncello 

of 

THS CURTIS Ix^^STITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAMIvE 



First and third inove:2ients from 
Trio in G major (K496) 
Allegro 
Allegretto 



Mozart 



II 



Nina 

Chanson villageoise 
Le cygne ) 

Allegro appassionato) 

Nathan Stutch 



Pergolesi 

Popper 

Saint-SaSns 



III 

Toccata in C major 

Prelude in D flat major. Opus 28, 

No. 15 (Raindrop) 
Ritual dance of the fire 
Sol Kaplan 



S churaann 

Chopin 
Ravel 



IV 



Variations on a theme by Corelli 
Hondo capriccioso 

Frederick Vogelgesang 



Kreisler 
Saint-SaSns 



WOODBURY I\ffiN'S CHORUS 
idfoodbury. New Jersey 
(Continued) 



Third and fourth movements from 

Trio in D minor. Opus 49 Mendelssohn 
Scherzo 
Finale 



GLASSBORO STATE TEACHERS' COLLEGE 
Glassboro, New Jersey 

Tuesday Morning, May 5, I958 at 10:50 o'clock 

Robert E. Grooters, Baritone 
Oscar Eiermann, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAIvIivS 

I 

"Invocation of Orpheus" 

from "Euridice" Peri 

Or ch'io non seguo piu Rontani 

Have you seen but a whyte lillie grow Old English 
Mondnacht Schumann 



II 



"It is enough" 
from "Elijah" 



Mendelssohn 



III 



Nocturne 

Over the steppe 

Dawn 

De glory road 



Sharpe 

Gretchaninoff 
Clokey 
Wolfe 



UKIONVILLE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL 
Unionville, Pennsylvania 

Thursday Evening, May 12, 19^8 at 8:^0 o'clock 

June -.(/inters. Soprano 
Donald Kultgren, Tenor 
Oscar Eierraann, Accompanist 

of 

TnE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PRCGRAIvUffi 



"Ah, moon of my delight" 

from "in a Persian garden" 

"Che gelida raanina" 
from "La Boheme" 

My lady walks in lovliness 

Donald Hultgren 



Lehmann 

Puccini 
Charles 



II 



Midsummer 
Carnival of Venice 
«''hen I have sung ray songs 
"Una voce poco fa" 

from "The barber of Seville" 
June //inters 



■*/orth 

Benedict 

Charles 

Rossini 



III 

"Parigio, cara" from "La Traviata" 
"a book of verses" 

from "in a Persian garden" 

June Winters and Donald Hultgren 



Verdi 
Lehmann 



THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 

OF PHILADELPHIA 
THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

(FIDELITY-PHILADELPHIA TRUST COMPANY, TRUSTEE) 

THE SIXTY-SECOND ADDRESS 

OF 

THE BARNWELL COURSE 
"THE BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF DEMOCRACY" 

BY 

EDWIN GRANT CONKLIN, PH.D., SC.D., LL.D. 

PROFESSOR EMERITUS, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 
MUSICAL PROGRAM BY 

STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 
"THE SECRET OF SUZANNE" 




THE BALL ROOM 
PENN ATHLETIC CLUB 

MONDAY EVENING, MAY 16, 1938 

AT EIGHT-T^^ENTY O'CLOCK 



THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

The Mary Gaston Barnwell Foundation, a unique institution in the 
annals of public education in America, owes its existence to the late James 
G.Barnwell, a graduate of the 16th Class, Central High School, who 
became Librarian of the University of Pennsylvania (1884-1886) and 
the Library Company of Philadelphia (1887-1907). Retiring at the 
age of 74, he lived until February 23, 1919, ten days after his 86th 
birthday. In his Will he wrote: 

"Whatever reputation and success I have attained, however 
moderate, being the result, under Providence of two causes. First, the 
training of a good mother who always inculcated and practiced the highest 
principles of honor and especially of moral courage regardless of immediate 
or apparant results, and Secondly, to the education which I received in the 
Public Schools of Philadelphia and especially in the Central High School. 
I wish to honor the memory of that mother by practically encouraging 
and rewarding the practice of the same high principles by the Students and 
Graduates of the School." 

Mr. Barnwell left his entire residuary estate, amounting to upwards 
of $320,000 for the benefit of the students and the graduates of the 
Central High School of Philadelphia. This Trust is named the Mary 
Gaston Barnwell Foundation, in honor of the Testator's mother, and is 
administered by the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company as Trustee. 
Under the Plan of Administration, a Committee of three members, con- 
tsisting of the President of the Central High School, the President of 
the Associated Alumni, and the President of the Fidelity-Philadelphia 
Trust Company, is an ex-officio Advisory Committee. 

The Foundation became operative in 1922 and has initiated 
various activities to carry out the intentions of the Testator. In addition 
to establishing a Lectureship in Ethics and making grants for the purchase 
of appropriate books for the Central High School Library, it established 
the Barnwell Honor Roll of meritorious students and co-operated with the 
Associated Alumni in the erection of two concrete grandstands on Houston 
Field, the School's athletic grounds. 

The Barnwell Course of Addresses by notable leaders in education, 
letters, art, music, athletics, and allied fields of interest was begun in 
March, 1922. A complete list of the Barnwell speakers and their subjects 
forms part of this program. At the present time there are usually four 
Barnwell Addresses during the school year. 



PROGRAM 



PRESIDING OFFICER 



DR. JOHN L. HANEY (100th Class) 

PRESIDENT OF THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 



ADDRESS 

"THE BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF DEMOCRACY" 
EDWIN GRANT CONKLIN, PH.D., SC.D., LL.D. 

PROFESSOR EMERITUS, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 

MUSICAL PROGRAM 
STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 

Jane Shoaf, Soprano WILLIAM HORNE, Tenor 

Lester Englander, Baritone Joseph Levine, Piano 

"THE SECRET OF SUZANNE" 

Opera in One Act by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari 

CHARACTERS 

Suzanne Jane Shoaf 

Count Gil Lester Englander 

Sante, a servant William Hornc 



THE BARNWELL ADDRESSES 

The earliest Barnwell Addresses were: (1) "A Real Education" by 
Dr. Lewis H. Perry; (2) "The Bible and Liberal Education" by Dr. Josiah H. 
Penniman; (3) "The True American" by Hon. George Wharton Pepper; 
(4) "The Meaning of Education" by Dr. Alfred E. Stearns; (5) "Why Go 
to School at All" by Dr. Andrew F. West; (6) "Horizons" Dr. Boyd Ed- 
wards; (7) "The Lost Sense of Values" by Hon. James M. Beck; (8) "Can 
Western Civilization Be Salvaged?" by Mr. Glenn Frank; (9) "Memories of 
the Middle Border" by Mr. Hamlin Garland; (10) "Tliirty Years Among the 
Labrador Fishermen" by Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell; (11) "The Education of 
Abraham Lincoln" by Dr. Checsman A. Herrick; (12) "The American Rhodes 
Scholar at Oxford" by Dr. Frank Aydelotte; (13) "The Outlook for 
Democracy" by Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman; (14) "The Value of Early Train- 
ing in Initiative" by Rear Admiral William S. Sims; (15) "A Boy's Life in 
an English Public School" by Mr. J. Lewis Paton; (16) "Unsolved Problems 
of Our Foreign Relations" by Hon. Simeon D. Fess; (17) "Government and 
the Individual" by Hon. George H. Moses; (18) "The Human Side of 
Chemistry" by Dr. Edward E. Slosson; (19) "The Higher Meaning of 
Education" by Dr. Michael I. Pupin; (20) "Creative Education in the School" 
by Dr. Henry F. Osborn; (21) "Sons and Daughters of the City" by Dr. John 
H. Finley; (22) "The Significance of the City College Movement" by Dr. 
George F. Zook; (23) "Making Men" by Mr. Amos Alonzo Stagg; (24) 
"What Can Music Do For You?" by Dr. Leopold Stokowski; (25) "The 
Value of the Commonplace" by Right Rev. Dr. James E. Freeman; (26) "The 
Significance of Shakespeare" by Prof. Felix E. Schelling; (27) "Books and 
Experience" by Dr. J. Duncan Spaeth; (28) "A Century of War and Peace" 
by Dr. E. P. Cheyney; (29) "Lasting Values in Athletics" by Mr. Fielding H. 
Yost; (30) "Art and Contemporary Society" by Mr. Ralph Adams Cram; 

(31) "New Responsibilities of Citizenship" by Dr. William John Cooper; 

(32) "The Magic Realm of the Arts" by Dr. Henry Turner Bailey; (33) 
"Beauty in American Life" by Dr. Lorado Taft; (34) "Fear and Exploration" 
by Dr. William Beebe; (35) "Toward an Understanding World" by Rev. Will- 
iam T. Locke; (3 6) "Monastery, Bargain Counter, or Laboratory in Educa- 
tion" by Dr. John Dewey; (37) "A Scientific Adventure" by Dr. George E. 
Vincent; (38) "American Ideals in a Changing Age" by Mr. James Grafton 
Rogers; (39) "Our Present Discontents" by Rev. Dr. Charles A. Richmond; 
(40) "The Return of the Liberals" by Dr. Arthur H. Quinn; (41) "What is 
American Citizenship?" by Hon. Harry S. McDevitt; (42) "The Trend of 
Thought in Natural Philosophy" by Dr. Wm. F. G. Swann; (43) "Which 
V/ay Culture?" by Dr. John Erskine; (44) "The Higher Provincialism" by Dr. 
Cornelius Weygandt; (45) "The Gift of Intelligence" by Dr. Frank P. Graves; 
(46) "Your Northern Neighbour" by Sir Robert A. Falconer; (47) "Education 
in the Democratic State" by Dr. Harry W. Chase: (48) "Meteor Crater in 
Arizona" by Dr. Clyde Fisher; (49) "The Old Bluecoat School" by Dr. W. 
Hamilton Fyfc; (50) "Useful Volts" by Dr. Karl T. Compton; (51) "Iceland's 
Contribution to Culture" by Hon. Asgeir Asgeirsson; (52) "The Stage and the 
Screen" by Mr. William C. DeMille; (53) "Recent Explorations in Alaska" by 
Dr. Ales Hrdlicka; (54) "The Art of the American Negro" by Dr. Albert C. 
Barnes; (55) "What Price Peace in Europe?" by M. Andre Geraud; (56) "Art 
Is for Everyone" by Mr. Rockwell Kent; (57) "The Press and Diplomacy" by 
Sir Arthur Willert. 

The more recent Barnwell Addresses have been as follows: 

58. "THE ANATOMY OF PERSONALITY" 

Dr. Howard W. Haggard, Physiologist 

59. "A COLLEGE PROFESSOR BECOMES GOVERNOR" 

Hon. Wilbur L. Cross, Governor of Connecticut 
60 "WHAT DO YOU DO?" 

Dr. Isaiah Bowman, Johns Hopkins University 
61. "INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCE: ARE WE ACHIEVING IT?" 

Dr. William M. Lewis, Lafayette College 




lElizahrth Wr almarjlanb 



. Soprano 
Olntttralto 

^asifi - ?Barttone 
Armmpantat 



a 



Wednesday, two-fifteen o'clock 

May eighteenth 

Nineteen hundred thirty-eight 



Montgomery County 
Medical Society Building 
Norrisiown, Pennsylvania 



\ 



i3lp ®rtciup (Slub 

NoRRisTOWN, Pennsylvania 
ARS. J. LAWRENCE EISENBERG. President 



Ars. Daniel S. Johnson, Chairman of the Day 

FKOQRAfA 

I 

'Aartha" von Flotcw 

Lost, proscribed, a friendless pilgrim 

FRITZ KRUEGER and LEONARD TREASH 
Faust" Qounod 

All ' crta (from the prison scene) 
JANE SHOAF, FRITZ KRUEGER and LEONARD TREASH 



Dr. William M. Lewis, Lafayette College 



II 

"Don Giovanni" Mozart 

La' ci darem la niano 

JANE SHOAF and LEONARD TREASH 

Verborgenh^it Wolf 

In the Silence of the Night Rachmaninoff 

Love vent a'riding Bridge 

KATHERINE DONAHUE 

"Rigolctto" Verdi 

Bella figlia dell' amore 

JANE SHOAF, KATHERINE DONAHUE. FRITZ KRUEGER 
and LEONARD TREASH 



III 

Act I i oi "Aartha" von Flotow 

(The Spinning Scene) 

Martha Jane Shoaf 

Nancy Katherine Donahue 

Lionel Fritz Kruegcr 

Plunkett Leonard Treash 



MRS. CLARENCE SCHONCK 



}trs 

MRS. WALTER A. KNERR 

MRS. LYLBURNE H. STEELE 

MISS ISABELLE WALKER 



MRS. WAYNE A. BROWN Chairmnn of Program* 

MRS. CHARLES H. BRUNNER Chairman of Decorations 



Junior Octave Club Aay Party 
"MUSIC OF TO-DAY" 

Saturday afternoon, Aay 21st, at 2.30 
Y. W. C. A. 



Ur. William M. Lewis, Lafayette i^olicge 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, October 13, 1937 — 4:00 to 4:45 P. M. 

CURTIS STRING QUARTET 



Jascha Brodsky / ,,. ,. 
Charles Jaffe ) 



Max Aronoff, Viola 
Orlando Cole, Violoncello 



I 

Quartet in D minor "Death and the maiden" Schubert 

Allegro 

Andante con moto 

Scherzo. Allegro molto 

Presto 

II 

Adagio movement from Quartet in B flat major (K. 4J8) 

(Hunting Quartet) MoZART 



Columbia Network 



. Brahms 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, October 20, 1937 — 4:00 to 4:45 P. M. 

EuDicE Shapiro, Violinist 
Jorge Bolet, Pianist 

I 

First movement from Sonata in D minor, 

Opus 108 (Allegro) 

EunicE Shapiro 

II 

F.tudes: E flat major, Opus 10, No. 11 1 

C sharp minor. Opus 10, No. 4 \ ^ 

„ L • r^ -,, XT -, / Chopin 

C sharp mmor. Opus 2), No. 7 1 

A minor. Opus 2 5, No. 11 } 

Jorge Bolet 

III 

Second movement from Sonata for violin alone. Opus 42, 

No. 2 (Andantino) Reger 

Romanze Wagner-Wilhelmj 

Zapateado Sarasate 

Eudice Shapiro 

IV 
Preludes: E flat major, Opus 2 3, No. 6 ) Rachmaninoff 

G sharp minor. Opus 3 2, No. 12 ^ 

Suggestion diabolique Prokofiev 

Jorge Bolet 

Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 
Columbia Network 



w 

The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, October 27, 1937 — 4:15 to 4:45 P. M. 

Claribel Gegenheimer, Organist 
Leonard Rose, Violoncellist 



I 

Fugue in D Major 

Choral Prelude: "Hark! A voice saith )■ J. S. Bach 

'All are mortal' " 



\ 



Claribel Gegenheimer 



II 



Adagio in A minor from Toccata, Adagio and Fugue 

in C major J. S. Bach 

Leonard Rose 
Claribel Gegenheimer 

III 

"The legend of the mountain" from "Seven pastels from the 

Lake of Constance" Karg-Elert 

Toccata: "Thou art the rock" from "Byzantine sketches". . . .Mulet 
Claribel Gegenheimer 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

Radio Programme 
November 3 

Wednesday, e«ober-27, 1937 — 4:00 to 4:45 P. M. 

Elsie MacFarlane, Contralto 

Fritz Krueger, Tenor 

I 

"Et misericordia" from "The Magnificat" Bach 

Elsie MacFarlane and Fritz Krueger 
with organ accompaniment by Walter Baker 
II 
Nacht und Traiime 

Trockne Blumen ( Schubert 

Eifersucht und Stolz ) 

Fritz Krueger 
III 

II mio bel foco Marcello 

O cessatc di piagarmi Scarlatti 

Die junge Nonne Schubert 

Elsie MacFarlane 
IV 

Schon Bliimelein (. Schumann 

Wenn ich ein Vogelcin war ) 

Elsie MacFarlane and Fritz Krueger 
V 

"Rudolph's narrative" from "La Boheme" PucciNi 

Fritz Krueger 
VI 

Madchenlied Brahms 

Eros Grieg 

Elsie MacFarlane 
VII 

Die Nonne und der Ritter Brahms 

A brown bird singing Haydn Wood 

Elsie MacFarlane and Fritz Krueger 

Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 
Columbia Network 



/^\ 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Tne Curtis Cliamljer Music KnsemWe 
Conaucted oy Or. L<ouis Bailly 

Wednesday, November 10, 1937 — 4:00 to 4:45 P. M. 



I 

Second and third movements from Symphony Opus 7, 

No. 3 Abel 

Andante 
Presto 

II 

Sinfonietta Opus 32, No. 2 Miaskovsky 

Allegro, pesante e serioso 

Andante 

Presto 

III 

Passacaglia Handel-Hal vorsen 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, November 17, 1937 — 4:00 to 4:45 P. M. 

RAFAEL DRUIAN, Violinist 

MARGOT ROS, Pianist 

I 

Andante from Concerto in C major Vivaldi-Kreisler 

Recitative and Scherzo-caprice (for violin alone) Kreisler 

Rafael Druian 

II 

Prelude and Fugue, No. 6, in D minor Bach 

Romance in F sharp major. Opus 28, No. 2 Schumann 

Valse brillance. Opus 18 Chopin 

Margot Ros 

III 

Romance, Opus 3 Gliere 

Scherzo-tarentelle Wieniawski 

Rafael Druian 

IV 

Waltz, danse humoresque Stojowski 

Musical snuflf box Rebikoff 

Prelude, Opus 16, No. J Scriabin 

Melody m E major. Opus 3, No. 3f n 

o I- u- II /-.,»; !■ Rachmaninoff 

Polichmelle, Opus 3, No. 4 \ 

Margot Ros 

Louis Shub, Accompanht 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programime 

Wednesday, November 24, 1957 — 4:00 to 4:45 P. M. 

Florence Kirk, Soprano 
Richard Purvis, Organhi 



I 

"With verdure clad" from "The Creation" Haydn 

Florence Kirk 

II 

Piece heroique Franck 

Vivace from Sonata No. 2 in C minor J. S. Bach 

Cortege et litanie Dupre 

Richard Purvis 

III 

Biblische Lied: Dvorak 

Gott erhore mein Gebet 

"Hear ye, Israel" from "Elijah" Mendelssohn 

Florence Kirk 

IV 

Chorale Prelude: Brahms 

Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen 

Sketch in D flat major Schumann 

Divertissement Vierne 

Richard Purvis 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, December 1, 1937 — 4:00 to 4:45 P. M. 

TRIO CLASSIQUE 
Ardelle Hookins, Flute 
EuDicE Shapiro, Violin Virginia Majexh ski, Yiola 

AND 

TcHiRL RooDNEYj Soprano 



I call upon Thy udmi:, v^ j<.5U5 \^ t c n 



I 

name, O Jesus ( 

Allegretto and Polonaise \ 

Trio Classique 
II 

Lo! Here the gentle lark Bishop 

(with flute accompaniment) ' 

TcHIRL ROODN'EY 
III 

Trio in C major, Opus 87 Beethoven 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Menuetto 
Finale. Presto 
Trio Classique 
IV 
Theme varie Saint-Saens 

TcHIRL ROODXEY 
V 

Andante from Trio in D major. Opus 21 Taneiev 

Aubade de Wailly 

Trio Classique 

Louis Shub, Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, December 8, 1937 — 4:00 to 4:4J P. M. 

Selma Amansky, 

Dramatic Soprano 

and 

SiuJenfs in CkamWr Music of Dr. Louis Bailly 

I 

Three songs for voice and string quartet Pizzetti 

Donna Lombarda 

La prigioniera 

La pesca dell'anello 

Selma Amansky 
Isidore Gralnick (. y ;• Leonard Frantz, Viola 

Noah Bielski ( "^ "" Paul Bergstrom, 'Cello 

II 

String Quartet No. 1 in F major, Opus 12 Rimsky-Korsakov 

Moderate alia breve 
Andante moderato 
Scherzo. Allegretto vivace 
Finale. Allegro con spirito 

Samuel Singer, Viola 
Nathan Stutch, 'Cello 
III 

"Ernani! Ernani, involami" from "Ernani" Verdi 

Selma Amansky 
Sylvan Levin at the piano 

Columbia Network 



Julius Schulman ( „. .. 
Rafael Druian \ 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

CURTIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

Fritz Reiner, Conductor 

Radio Prograimne 

Wednesday, December 15, 1937 — 4:00 to 4:45 P. M. 

I 

Choral Prelude: "Our Father in Heaven" Bach 

Arranged for string orchestra by Arcady Dubensky 

II 
Academic Festival Overture Brahms 

III 

Eine kleine Nachtmusik Mozart 

IV 

Kamarinskaia Glinka 

V 
Tales from the Vienna woods J. Strauss 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

Radio Programme 

Wednesday, December 22, 1937 — 4:00 to 4:45 P. M. 

Barbara Thorne, Soprano 
William Horne, Tenor 

I 

"Parle-moi de ma mere" from "Carmen" Bizet 

Barbara Thorne and William Horne 

II 

"Benedictus" from "Mass in B minor" J. S. Bach 

"Dies Bildniss ist bezaiibernd schon" from 

"Die Zauberflote" Mozart 

William Horne 

III 

"Parigi, o cara, noi lasceremo" from ^ 

"La Traviata" V Verdi 

"E il sol dell'anima" from "Rigoletto"/ 

Barbara Thorne and William Horne 

IV 

"Addio" from "La Boheme" Puccini 

Botschaf t Brahms 

Chanson triste Duparc 

Shepherd! thy demeanour vary Brown 

Barbara Thorne 

Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, December 29, 1937 — 4:00 to 4:45 P. M. 

EuDicE Shapiro, Violinist 
Samuel Mayes, Violoncellisi 

I 

Largo and Vivo from Sonata in E major Francoeur 

Landler Mozart 

Arranged for violoncello by RiES 

Le cygne Saint-Saens 

Sevilla Albeniz 

Arrangement by Heifetz 
Samuel Mayes 

II 

Andante from Concerto for violin and violoncello. 

Opus 102 Brahms 

Passacaglia Handel-Halvorsen 

EuDicE Shapiro and Samuel Mayes 

III 

Romance in G, Opus 40 Beethoven 

Waltz in A minor from German Dances, Opus 3 3, 

No. 10 Schubert 

Rondo, Opus 5 3 Schubert-Friedberg 

EuDicE Shapiro 

Vladimir Sokoioff, Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, January 5, 1938 — 3:4J to 4:30 P. M. 

Florence Kirk, Soprano 

Ell WOOD Hawkins, Baritone 

Thomas Ingram, Pianist 

I 

O del mio amato ben ^^ Donaudy 

"Quand'ero paggio" from "Falstaff" Verdi 

Mattinata Leoncavallo 

Ellwood Hawkins 
II 

Rhapsody in B minor, Opus 79, No. 1 Brahms 

Thomas Ingram 
III 

Ruhe, meine Seele / r Strauss 

Zueignung \ 

Ellwood Hawkins 

IV 

Prelude in E flat major. Opus 23, No. 6 / Rachma 

Etude tableau in E flat minor, Opus 39, No. 5 \ 

Thomas Ingram 

V 

My message Hardelot 

Trouble MacGimsey 

When I think upon the maidens Head 

Ellwood Hawkins 
VI 

Nile Scene from "Aida" Verdi 

Florence Kirk and Ellwood Hawkins 

Elizabeth Westmoreland 
Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

>^■■cdnesday, January 12, 1938 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 
Annetfe EiKANOVA, Piaiiist 

I-REDFRrCK VOGEIGESANG, VioUllist 

I 

Two Preludes: Opus 28, No. 21 in B flat major") 
Opus 28, No. 18 in F minor ( 

Ballade Xo. 2 in F major, Opus 3 8 / 

Annette Elkanova 



Chopin 



II 

Carmen fantaisie Sarasate-Zimbalist 

Frederick Vooelgesang 

III 

La soiree dans Grenade f r.. 

. ,. , . f Debussy 

L isle joyeuse ) 

Annette Elkanova 

IV 

jMelodie, Opus 42, No. 3 . Tschairovsky 

Caprice No. 9 in E major Paganini-Vogrich 

Moto perpetuo Paganini 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

Vladimir SokolofFj Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, January 19, 1938 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

Gabrielle Hunt, Soprano 
Isidore Gralnick, Violinist 

I 

"Connais tu le pays?" from "Mignon" Thomas 

Gabrielle Hunt 
II 

Ruralia hungarica, Opus 32c Dohnanyi 

Presto 

Andante rubato, alia zingaresca 

Molto vivace 

Isidore Gralnick 
III 

D''^ ^"^^ I Schubert 

Dcr Leiermann ) 

Les cloches ) Debussy 

Mandoline ) 

Gabrielle Hunt 
IV 

La plus que lente Debussy 

Caprice No. XIII Paganini 

Isidore Gralnick 
V 

Over the steppe Gretchaninov 

Orientale Cui 

Mam'selle Marie GuiON 

"Gavotte" from "Mignon" Thomas 

Gabrielle Hunt 

Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, January 26, 1938 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

Jeanette Weinstein, Pianist 

TRIO CLASSIQUE 

Ardelle Hookins, Flufe 

EuDicE Shapiro, Violin Virginia Majewski, Viola 

I 

Adagio and Fugato Beethoven 

Trio Classique 
II 

Toccata and Fugue in D minor Bach-Tausig 

Jeanette Weinstein 
III 

Suite, Opus 21 Jungmann 

Trio Classique 
IV 
Preludes: Opus 28, No. 3 in G major 
Opus 28, No. 6 in B minor 

Etudes: Opus 2 5, No. 6 in G sharp minor } Chopin 

Opus 2 5, No. 3 in F major 
Opus 10, No. 2 in A minor 

Jeanette Weinstein 
V 

Summer night Cornelissen 

Les petits moulins a vent Couperin 

Trio Classique 

VI 

La campanella Liszt-Busoni 

Jeanette Weinstein 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, February 2, 193 8 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

June Winters, Coloratura Soprano 
Noah Bielski, Violinisl 

I 

Cantata Scarlatti 

June Winters 

(Flute obbligato by Burnett Atkinson) 

II 

Sonata in D major Handel 

Largo maestoso 
Allegro 
Larghetto 
Allegro con brio 

Noah Bielski 
III 

To one who passed whistling through the night GiBBS 

My lady Lo-fu / ^^^^^^ 

Down m the glen i 

June Winters 
IV 

Aria Schumann 

Tango Albeniz-Kreisler 

Scherzo-valse Chabrier-Loeffler 

Noah Bielski 
V 

Bravour-Variationen iiber ein Thema von Mozart Adam 

June Winters 
(Flute obbligato by Burnett Atkinson) 

Louis Shub, Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, February 9, 1938 — J:45 to 4:50 P. M. 

Vera Resnikoff, Soprano 
Sol Kaplan, Pianist 

I 

Se tu m'ami, se sospiri Pergolesi 

"O cieli azzurri" from "Aida" Verdi 

Vera Resnikoff 

II 
Capriccio in F sharp minor, Opus 76, No. 1 I Brahms 

Capriccio in C sharp minor, Opus 76, No. 5 ) 

Toccata in C major Schumann 

Sol Kaplan 
III 

Con amores, la mi madre / Obradors 

Dos cantares populares ) 

Vera Resnikoff 
IV 

Gigue Loeilly-Godowsky 

Triana Albeniz 

Sol Kaplan 
V 

The answer Rachmaninoff 

Cradle-song Gretchaninov 

A dream Rachmaninoff 

The ardent moment Gliere 

Vera Resnikoff 

Sylvan Levin, Accompanist 
Columbia Network 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CURTIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 
Fritz Reixer, Conductor 

Radio Programme 

Wednesday, February 16, 193 8 — }:4 5 to 4:30 P. M. 

I 

Choral Prelude: "Our Father in Heaven" Bach 

Arranged for string orchestra by Arcady Dubensky 

II 

Overture from "Euryanthe" Weber 

III 

First movement from Concerto in B flat minor, 

Opus 23, for piano and orchestra Tschaikovsky 

Jean'ette Weixstein, Soloist 

IV 

Capriccio espagnole Rimsky-Korsakov 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wciincsd.iy, February 23, 1938 — • 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

Lys Bert, Soprano 

with 

String Quintet 

Abbey Simon, Pianist 

I 

Organ Fantasy and Fugue in G minor Bach-Liszt 

Abbey Simon 

II 

Seven songs in cyclic form for high voice and 

string quintet Rosario Scalero 

1. I forzieri 

2 . Pegno 

3. Messaggio 

4. O crocevia 

5. Primavera d'amore 

6. Fiaba 

7. La notte 

Lys Bert 



CAR Shumsky ( Yiolins Leonard Rose ( 'Cdla 

Vogelgesang \ Nathan Stutch \ 



Oscar 
F. 

George Bro^tn, Viola 



III 

Nocturne in C minor. Opus 48, No. 1 Chopin 

Zephyr Saperton 

Capriccio in F minor Dohnanyi 

Abbey Simon 

Columbia Netvcork 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, March 2, 1938 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

Eleanor Blum f Duo-Pianists 
Vladimir Sokoloff ) 

William Horne, Tenor 

I 

Variations on a theme of Haydn, Opus 56b Brahms 

Eleanor Bi um and Vladimir Sokoloff 

II 

Lasciatemi niorire MoNTEVERDE 

Ungeduld Schubert 

Die Mainacht Brahms 

"Le reve" from "Manon" Massenet 

William Horne 

III 

Romance and Tarentelle from Suite No. 2, Opus 17. Rachmaninoff 
Ella nor Blum and Vladimir Sokoloff 

Sylvan Levin, Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

CURTIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 
Fritz Reiner, Conductor 

Radio Programme 

Wednesday, March 9, 1938 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

I 

Overture to "Prometheus" Beethoven 

II 

Symphonie concertante (K. 3 64) Mozart 

Soloists: 

EuDicE Shapiro, Violin 

Virginia Majewski, Viola 

III 

Romeo and Juliet Tschaikovsky 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, March 16, 1938 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

Mario Berini, Tenor 
Oscar Shumsky, Violinist 

I 

"Where'er you walk" from "Semele" Handel 

My lovely Celia Monro 

Still wie die Nacht Bohm 

Mario Berini 

II 

Etchings, Opus 5 Spalding 

Oscar Shumsky 

III 

"Che gelida manina" from "La Boheme" PucciNl 

Mario Berini 

IV 

Nocturne in C sharp minor Chopin-Milstein 

Etude-caprice Kreutzer -Kaufman 

Oscar Shumsky 

V 

Vaghissima sembianza Donaudy 

Nebbie Respighi 

A spirit flower Campbell-Tipton 

Mario Berini 

Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, March 23, 1938 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

Elsie MacFarlane, Contralto 
Phyllis Moss, Pianist 

I 

"Weiche Wotan" from "Das Rheingold" Wagner 

Elsie MacFarlane 

II 

Variations serieuses MENDELSSOHN 

Phyllis Moss 

m 

Nachklang Brahms 

Allerseelen Strauss 

In der Fruhe ) Wolf 

Er ist's f 

Elsie MacFarlane 

IV 

Etude de concert in F minor ) LiSZT 

Polonaise No. 2 in E major ^ 

Phyllis Moss 

V 

Le manoir de Rosemonde Duparc 

Le miroir Ferrari 

The piper Head 

Night, and the curtains drawn Ferrata 

Elsie MacFarlane 

Sylvan Levin, Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

CURTIS SYMPHON Y ORCHESTRA 
Fritz Reiner, ConJnctor 

Radio Programme 

Wednesday, March 3 0, 195 8 — 3:4 5 to 4:3 P. M. 

I 

Overture "Ruy Bias" Mendelssohn 

II 

Verborgenheit 1 

Fussreise V Wolf 

Gesang Weylas ( 
Er ist's * 

Selma Amansky, Dramatic Soprano 

III 

Pavane pour une infante defunte \ 

Prelude and Rigaudon from > Ravel 

"Le tombeau de Couperin" / 

IV 

"Lia's air" from "L'enfant prodigue" Debussy 

Selma Amansky 

V 

"Triana" from the suite "Iberia" Albeniz-Arbos 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, April 6, 1938 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

Lynne Wainwright, Harpist 
Frederick Vogelgesang, Violinist 

I 

Allegretto in G minor Porpoba-Kreisler 

Romance in F Ludwig van 3eethoven 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

II 

Senate in C minor Giovanni-Battista Pescetti 

1704-1766 
Allegro vigoroso 
Andantino espressivo 
Presto 
Lynne Wainwright 

III 

Danse espagnole from "La vida breve" DE Falla-Kreisler 

La clochette ( Niccolo Paganini 

Rondo from Concerto No. 2 in B minor \ 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

IV 

Scintillation (1936) Carlos Salzedo 

Lynne Wainwright 

Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Sfuaenfs of Mr. Marcel Xaljufeau in 
VVooawina Eiiseinl)le 

Wednesday, April 13, 1938 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

I 

Two movements from Serenade No. 1 1 in E flatrnajor 
for two oboes, two clarinets, two bassoons and 
two horns (K37 5) Mozart 

Allegro maestoso 

Allegro 

II 

Rhapsodic, Opus 70, for piano, flute, oboe, clarinet, 

bassoon and horn Jongen 

III 
Petite Symphonic for flute, two oboes, two clarinets, 

two bassoons and two horns . . > Gounod 

Adagio et Allegretto 
Andante cantabile 
Scherzo 
Finale 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 


Radio Programme 




Wednesday, April 20, 1938 — 3:4J to 4:30 P 


M. 


Fri£z Krueger, Tenor 




Students of Dr. Louis Baiily in CnamLer 


Music 


I 

Marchenerzalilungen Trio, Opus 132 for piano, 




clarinet and viola 


. Schumann 


Lebhaft, nicht zu schnell 




Lebhaft und sehr markirt 




Ruhiges Tempo, mit zartem Ausdruck 




Lebhaft, sehr markirt 




Annette Elkanova, Piano Bernard Portnoy, 


Clarinet 


Bernard Milofsky, Viola 




II 




Und wijssten's die Blumen, die kleinen J 




Hor ich das Liedchen klingen \^ 


Schumann 


Am leuchtcnden Sommermorgcn { 




Ich hab' im Traum gewcinet ' 




Das Wandern '[ 


. . Schubert 


Die Post ) 




Fritz Krueger 




III 




First movement of Trio No. 7 for piano. 




clarinet and viola (Andante) 


Mozart 


Annette Elkanova, Bernard Portnoy 




and Bernard Milofsky 




IV 




"Sound an alarm" from "Judas Maccabaeus" 


Handel 


Sonff 


Sol Kaplan 


■-'^'^o 

Mountains 


. . Rasbach 


Fritz Krueger 




Sylvan Levin, Accompanist ^ 




Columbia Network 





The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 



Dcdiratril (o (Ke C'cIrl)ration of 

1 lie loO(n Anniversary ol (ne rorniaCion 

of (liu UonsiituCiun 



Stuuenis of Or. I^otiis Ijailly in C Lamljcr Music 
Wednesday, April 27, 193 8 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

I 

String Quartet in D major, Opus 64, No. 5 Haydn 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio cantabilc 
Minucttc — Allegretto 
Finale — Vivace 

George Zazofsky f \^/o/,>;j Leonard Frantz, Viola 

Isidore Gralnick j Paul Bergstrom, 'Cello 

II 

First and fourth movements of Piano Quartet in G minor, 

Opus 25 Brahms 

Allegro 

Rondo alia Zingarcsc — Presto 

Thei.ma Cohen, Piano Leonard Frantz, Viola 

Rafael Druian, Violin Paul Bergstrom, 'Cello 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 
Radio Programme 

Wednesday, May 4, 1938 — 3:45 to 4:30 P. M. 

Rebecca Lewis, Harpist 
Julius Schulman, Violinist 

I 

Gavotte from "The temple of glory" Jean-Philippe Rameau 

1683-1764 

Sarabande from the "Fourth royal concert" Francois Couperin 

1668-1733 

Theme and Variations Josef Haydn 

1732-1809 
Rebecca Lewis 

II 

Ciaccona Tommaso Vitali 

Julius Schulman 

HI 

Mirage 

Iridescence 

Pirouetting music box ) ■' Carlos Salzedo 

Goldfish 

Behind the barracks 

Rebecca Lewis 

IV 

Two Hungarian dances Brahms-Joachim 

No. 7 

No. J 

Zigeunerweisen Pablo de Sarasate 

Julius Schulman 

Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 
Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute of Music 



CURTIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

Fritz Reiner, Conductor 

Radio Programme 

Wednesday, May 11, 193 8 — 3:45 to 4:3 P. M. 

I 

Overture "Donna Diana" Reznicek 

II 

Second and third movements of Concerto in 

A major for piano and orchestra (K488) Mozart 

Andante 
Presto 
Martha Halbwachs Massena 

III 

"Benedictus" from "Missa solennis" Beethoven 

Violin solo: Frederick Vogelgesang 

IV 
Overture "Jubel" Weber 

Columbia Network 



The Curtis Institute 0/ Music 

Josef Hofmann, Mus. D., Director and Dean 

FIFTH COMMENCEMENT 

AND 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES 



CASIMIR HALL 

Tuesday, May the seventeenth 

One Thousand, Nine Hundred and Thirty-eight 
at Three o'clock in the Afternoon 



Order of Ceremonies 

Organ Prelude 

Toccata in B major Roland Diggle 

Chorale Vorspiel J. S. Bach 

"Erbarm' dich mein, O Herre Gott" 



Two Versets Marcel Dupre 



Alexander McCurdy, Mus.D. 
(Diploma 1934) 



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Order of Ceremonies 

Graduate Procession 

Triumphal March Sigfrid Karg-Elert 

Introduction 

President Mary Louise Curtis Bok, Mus. D., L.H.D. 

Awarding of Diplomas of The Curtis Institute of Music 

Conferring of Degrees in Course 

President Mary Louise Curtis Bok, Mus. D., L.H.D. 



Hymn — "The Star-Spangled Banner" 

(Harmonization by David Saperton) 



Graduate Recession 

Finale from "Grande piece symphonique" Cesar Franck 



DIPLOMAS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 



Voice 



Lester Englander 

Fritz Krueger 

Elsie Kathryn MacFarlane 



June Marie Winters 
Piano 



Vera Resnikoff 

Jane Shoaf 

Barbara Jane Thorne 



Eleanor Blum 
Sidney E. Finkelstein 

Violin 
Kurt J. Polnarioff 

Harry Gorodetzer 
{in absentia) 



Walter Baker 



Elayne Lavrans 
{in absentia) 



Constance Adelaide Russell 
Bronja Singer 

Viola 
Leonard Frantz 



Violoncello 



Harp 

Rebecca Lewis 

{in absentia) 



Organ 



Composition 



Leonard Rose 
{in absentia) 



Claribel Gegenheimer 



Ed\vard Eugene O'Gorman 



Piano and Composition 
Sol Kaplan 



Flute 

George Ellers Morey 

{in absentia) 

Trumpet 
Carmen Parlante 

Trombone 
Harvey Clayton Wilson 

Tympani and Percussion 
Cloyd E. Duff 



Oboe 

Harry Shulman 

{in absentia) 

French Horn 
Herbert Fletcher Pierson 

Bassoon 
Richard Leon Barron 

{in absentia) 

Orchestra 

Paul R. Bergstrom 

William Klenz 



[5] 



DEGREES IN COURSE 



Bachelor of T^usic — in Voice 
Lester Englander Fritz Krueger 



Bachelor of Music — in Orchestra 
William Klenz 



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Marshal 
Ernst Lert, Ph.D. (Vienna) 

Assistant Marshals 
Jorge Bolet, B. M. 
Carl Bowman, B. M. 
William Harms, B. M. 
Joseph Samuel Levine, B. M. 



[7] 



(1) 

LIST OF CONCERTS 
FACULTY RECITALS 
Casimir Hall 



First.... Miss Vera Brodsky and 

Mr. Harold Triggs, Duo-Pianists 

November 6, 1937 



Second.. .Dr. Alexander McCurdy, Organist 

November 16, 1957 



Third ... .Madame Elisabeth Schumann, Soprano 

February 7, 1958 



Fourth... Mr. Anton Torello, Contrabass 

March 9, 1958 



Fifth.... Dr. Josef Hofmann, Pianist 

April 7, 1958 



Sixth.,.. Mr. Efre;ii Zimbalist, Violinist 

May 15, 1958 



(2) 

STUDENTS CONCERTS 
Casimir Hall 

Student of Mr. Saperton 

( Jeanette Weinstein) January 5, 1958 

Student of Dr. McCurdy (Walter Baker) . .February 14, 1938 

Students of Mr. Salzedo February 25 , 1958 

Student of Dr. McCurdy 

(Claribel Gegenheimer) March 12, 1958 

Student of Madame Luboshutz 

(Rafael Druian) March 18, 1958 

Student of Madame Massena (Margot Ros) . . . .March 21, 1938 

Student of Mr. Zimbalist (Eudice Shapiro) .March 26, 1958 

Students of Miss Liebling April 2, 1958 

Students of Mr. Tabuteau April 28, 1958 

Students of Mr. de Gogorza May 5 , 1938 

Students of Mr. Zimbalist May 6, 1958 

Students of Dr. Bailly May 16, 1958 

Students of Miss Brodsky and Mr. Triggs 
(Eleanor Blum and 
Vladimir Sokoloff ) May 24, 1958 

Students of Dr. Lert...., May 25, 1958 



(s) 

SPECIAL CONCERTS 

Mr, Jorge Bolet, Pianist •October 19, 1957 

Miss Jeanne Behrend, Pianist.. November 9, 1957 

Miss Virginia Majewski, Violist. .... .November 10, 1957 



Miss Genia Robinor and 

Dr. Louis Bailly in a Piano 

and Viola recital.... November 19, 1957 



Mr* Artur Rubinstein, Pianist February 22, 1958 

Mr% Oscar Shumsky, Violinist ....March 1, 1958 

The Curtis String Quartet March 14, 1958 



(4) 

CONCERT COURSE 

State Teachers College, 

Millersville, Pennsylvania (September 20 

( January 28 

Linden Hall, 

Lititz, Pennsylvania October 2 

The dijPont Country Club, 

Penns Grove, New "Jersey ( October 10 

(November 7 
(December 19 
( January E5 
(February 27 

State Teachers College, 

Kutztown, Pennsylvania. October 13 

Harcum Junior College, 

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania October 17 

The Grier School, 

Birmingham, Pennsylvania October 2S 

The Central High School', 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ( October 26 

(December 8 
( April 26 
( May 16 

Washington College, 

Chestertown, Maryland (October 28 

( April 21 

Juniata College, 

Huntingdon, Pennsylvania October SO 

Engelwood Woman's Club, 

Engelwood, New Jersey (November 1 

(December 15 

Sleigh ton Farms, 

Darlington, Pennsylvania November 14 

University of Delaware, 

Newark, Delaware, ,,, , (November 18 

(Newark Music Society) (February 17 

New Century Club, 

Kennett Square, Pennsylvania November 23, 1937 



(5) 

CONCERT COURSE (continued) 

The Porch Club, 

Riverton, New Jersey November SO 

Westtown School, 

Westtown, Pennsylvania,..., December 4 

Salon Music Club, 

Lambertville, New Jersey December 28 

The Iris Club, 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania January 5 

Octave Club, 

Norristown, Pennsylvania. .....,.,, (January 19 

( May 13 

Musical Arts Club, 

Carlisle, Pennsylvania ( January 20 

(February 22 
( April 19 

George School, 

George School, Pennsylvania January 22 

Concourse Club, 

Palmerton, Pennsylvania...,. .February 3 

Friends School, 

Germantown, Pennsylvania .' . . • .February 10 

Hamilton College, 

Clinton, New York (February 15 

( March 20 
( April 22 

Twentieth Century Club, 

Lansdowne, Pennsylvania February 15 

The Somerville Forum of Swarthmore 

College, Swarthmore, PennsylvaniaCFebruary 17 

( March 3 

Allentown Musical Club, 

Allentown, Pennsylvania..... February 21 

New Jersey State Museum 

Trenton, New Jersey. .March 6 

Girarcl College, 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania March 18 

Present Day Club, 

Princeton, New Jersey , March 23 

Woman's Club, 

Allentown, Pennsylvania April 3 

Woman's Club, 

Pemberton, New Jersey. • April 4 



(6) 
CONCERT COURSE (continued) 



Woman* s Club, 

Cape May, New Jersey April 7, 1928 

Elizabethtown College, 

Elizabethtovm, Pennsylvania April 15, 1958 

The Kennett Junior New Century Club, 

Kennett Square, Pennsylvania April 19, 1958 

Woodbury Men's Chorus, 

Woodbury, New Jersey April 23, 1958 

Glassboro State Teachers' College, 

Glassboro, New Jersey May 5, 1958 

Unionville Consolidated School, 

Unionville, Pennsylvania May 12, 1958 



RADIO PROGRATJIMES 

October 15, 1957 to May 11, 1958 



Fifth Commencement and Conferring 

of Degrees May 17, 1958 






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